Monaco, November 26th 2017 – TUDOR announces a landmark deal with World Rugby to add to the brand’s growing rugby portfolio. This new multi-layered partnership will see TUDOR support the sport’s leading events for the men, women and U20s in both the XV and 7’S formats, as well as the World Rugby Hall of Fame and World Rugby Awards.
WORLD RUGBY AWARDS: UP FOR ANYTHING
The World Rugby Awards recognise excellence. As sponsors of the World Rugby Breakthrough Player of the Year, TUDOR embrace the modern player who is making an impact on the global stage. These are the individuals who are willing to pursue their passions and are guided by past experiences as they thirst to discover the best that they can be. In 2017, the World Rugby Awards will be held on the 26th of November in Monaco.
RUGBY WORLD CUP SEVENS 2018: PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES
Rugby Sevens draws inspiration from the heritage of the sport while pushing the boundaries of what’s new. Players of this fast-paced format of rugby look to break the mould and pioneer creative ways to succeed. With Rugby World Cup Sevens taking place in San Francisco in July 2018, the sport is entering an electrifying period that TUDOR is eager to mark.
RUGBY WORLD CUP ™: FIELD-TESTED TO THE EXTREME
Rugby World Cup is the pinnacle tournament for a rugby player. It provides a platform to test your physical ability, skill level, endurance and mental fitness to perform under pressure against the very best teams across the globe. In a very TUDOR “Born To Dare” spirit, these players are designed to go above and beyond in the pursuit of greatness in the most extreme environment that the sport can offer. TUDOR will be supporting Rugby World Cup 2019 held in Japan, the first Rugby World Cup in Asia.
WORLD RUGBY HALL OF FAME: KEEPING THE BEST OF THE PAST
The World Rugby Hall of Fame has been designed to celebrate those players, coaches, match officials and pioneers who have inspired and developed the game from the humble origins to the character-building sport that is played today. These are the players who have never been afraid to redefine the rules and experiment with unusual tactics and combinations. They will be forever etched into the fabric of rugby union, a sport which they have guided and shaped before passing on the reins to the next generation of talent.