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Hosted by Mount Saint Mary's Global Virtual Rugby Forum on October 20

Hosted by Mount Saint Mary’s Global Virtual Rugby Forum on October 20

Guest Mount St. Mary’s is a virtual forum on understanding rugby in the United States and around the world on Wednesday, October 20.

The forum brings together major influencers from around the world and the United States to talk about major issues. It is hosted by Mount Saint Mary’s University and the Rugby Institute’s Global Leadership University Network, which includes universities from around the world.

The Forum is a half-day forum and contains six sessions plus a main session from 12:45 PM ET to 1:30 PM ET. The ceremony was presided over by John Nawright, Principal of Mount Richard J. Bolt, Sr., School of Business,

Here is an overview of the sessions. You can register to participate (for free) here >>

Hey, check out and preview (9:00 AM – 9:15 AM ET)

John Nawright, Dean, Richard J. Bolt School of Business, Mount Saint Mary University and Executive Director, Global Rugby Leadership Institute

Jay Miles, Head Men’s Rugby Coach, Mount Saint Mary’s University

Ralph Morton, Events DC, Senior Vice President of Sports and Entertainment


Session 1: (9:15 – 10:00) Rugby World: Player Perspective=
Coordinator: Jeremy Habita, New Zealand

Dye:
Marcus Horan, Ireland
Al Baxter, Australia
Greg Smith, Fiji and New Zealand
Julie Crochet, Francia
Chris Patterson, Scotland


Session Two: The Rise and Evolution of Global Rugby (10:10 – 10:55)
Coordinator: Colm Hickey, England and Ireland

Dye:
Tony Collins, England
Robert Buchanan, United States
Erica Mori, Italy
Derek Katsam, CityUnity
Charles Little, New Zealand and England


Session Three: Rugby Training and Performance Management (11:05 – 11:55).
Curator: Kristen Nash, Scotland

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Dye:
Neil Tuna, Scotland and Australia
Farah Douglas, United States
Olivier Near, France
Mike Ford, England
Allen Clark, Ireland and the United States


Session 4: The Rugby Experience (12:12 noon)
Coordinator: John Nawright, USA and Australia

Dye:
Francois Clement from France
Marizan Grundling, South Africa
Gary Boddington, South Africa e Canada
Matt Williams, Australia, Ireland and France
Phil Cam, England and the United States


Survey session: Rugby World Cup (12:45 to 13:30)
Moderator: John Nawright, Director, World Rugby Leadership Institute

Dye:
Farah Palmer, New Zealand Rugby Team Vice President and 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup Member – Participation in the 2022 Organizing Committee
Claude Atcher, CEO of the Rugby World Cup France 2023
Jim Brown, USA Rugby World Cup Presentation Director
Terry Haseltine, President of the Maryland Sports and Recreation Foundation and Executive Director of the Maryland State Sports Commission
Gregorio A. Odell, President and CEO of DC Events


Session 5: American rugby on the rise (13:35-14:20)
Coordinator: Jessica Hammond Graff, USA

Dye:
Blaine Scully, United States
Ben Dunn, Australia
Chris Dunlavy, United States
Olubonmei, Guinea, Nigeria, and the United States
John Manson, Scotland


Session 6: Future trends for the world of rugby (14:30 – 15:15)
Coordinator: Alejandro Canada, Argentina and the United States

Dye:
Clouds Baudé, France
Silica Winyata, New Zealand
Jeremy Habita, New Zealand
Kelly Cavalier, United States
Leandro Conde, Argentina


Final Analysis: Rugby World Panorama (3.15pm to 3.30pm)
Moderatore: Moderatore: John Nawright, World Rugby Leadership Institute

Interview: Farah Palmer, Vice President of Rugby Club New Zealand

You can register to participate (it’s free) here >>

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