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An examination of try scoring in rugby union: a review of international rugby statistics

Journal Article
Laird, P., & Lorimer, R. (2004)
An examination of try scoring in rugby union: a review of international rugby statistics. International journal of performance analysis in sport, 4(1), 72-80
The purpose of this study was to review some of the key statistics collected by the International Rugby Board (IRB) in their review of the game (2003) and to compare these fin...

Relationships between Muscular Performance and Markers of Well-Being in Elite Rugby Union Players

Journal Article
Kavaliauskas, M. (2010)
Relationships between Muscular Performance and Markers of Well-Being in Elite Rugby Union Players. Sport Science Review, XIX(3-4), https://doi.org/10.2478/v10237-011-0016-9
Regular testing can be used to track athletes' changes in performance over time. However, testing should not be limited to physiological characteristics alone, but also encomp...

Rugby

Journal Article
Campbell, T. (2018)
Rugby. Ology: Reviews in Applied Sciences, 1, 4-5. https://doi.org/10.14297/ras.v1i1.2
Rugby the afterlife explores the transition from playing career to a life after the final whistle blows. The book, which is framed against a changing landscape as rugby entere...

Match injuries in English youth academy and schools rugby union, an epidemiological study.

Journal Article
Palmer-Green, D. S., Stokes, K. A., Fuller, C. W., England, M., Kemp, S. P., & Trewartha, G. (2013)
Match injuries in English youth academy and schools rugby union, an epidemiological study. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 41(4), 749-755. https://doi.org/10.1177/0363546512473818
Background - Numerous injury epidemiology studies have reported injury patterns in senior rugby union, but investigations in youth rugby are limited. Purpose - To describe the...

Exploring the Nature of Psychological Resilience in Junior Rugby League Players: A Q-Method Approach

Presentation / Conference
Fountain, H., Martindale, R., Tony, W. & Moira, L. (2016, December)
Exploring the Nature of Psychological Resilience in Junior Rugby League Players: A Q-Method Approach. Poster presented at BPS- Divison of Sport and Exercise Psychology Annual Conference, Cardiff
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to explore the nature of psychological resilience in the context of junior Rugby League, using a novel Q-sort method. Design: A cr...

Epidemiology of injuries within English youth rugby union

Report
Palmer, D., Trewartha, G. & Stokes, K. (2011)
Epidemiology of injuries within English youth rugby union. Twickenham, England: Rugby Football Union
Executive Summary. The aim of this research was to determine the rate, severity, type and cause of injuries in English academy and schools (16-18 year olds) rugby union. A two...

The Economic Impacts of the Emirates Airline Edinburgh Sevens/ Final IRB World Series, 31st May – 1st June 2008

Report
McQuaid, R., Dutton, M., Raeside, R., & Canduela, J. (2008)
The Economic Impacts of the Emirates Airline Edinburgh Sevens/ Final IRB World Series, 31st May – 1st June 2008. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Rugby Union
This report presents the results of a brief study into the contribution of the Emirates Airline Edinburgh Sevens World Series, at Murrayfield, Edinburgh on 31st May and 1st Ju...

Rugby World Cup: how referee profiling became vital part of match preparation

Other
Westbury, T. (2015)
Rugby World Cup: how referee profiling became vital part of match preparation
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Training activities and injuries in English youth academy and schools rugby union.

Journal Article
Palmer-Green, D., Stokes, K., Fuller, C., England, M., Kemp, S., & Trewartha, G. (2014)
Training activities and injuries in English youth academy and schools rugby union. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 43, 475-481. https://doi.org/10.1177/0363546514560337
Background: all rugby training activities carry an injury risk, but in the training environment these injury risks should be more controllable than during matches. Purpose: to...

Inter-Segmental Coordination during a Unilateral 180° Jump in Elite Rugby Players: Implications for Prospective Identification of Injuries

Journal Article
Krajewski, K. T., McCabe, C., Sinnott, A. M., Moir, G. L., Lamont, H. S., Brown, S., & Connaboy, C. (2020)
Inter-Segmental Coordination during a Unilateral 180° Jump in Elite Rugby Players: Implications for Prospective Identification of Injuries. Applied Sciences, 10(2), https://doi.org/10.3390/app10020427
Musculoskeletal injuries often occur during the execution of dynamic sporting tasks that involve rotation. The prescription of appropriate prevention strategies of musculoskel...

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