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.
The ninth Rugby World Cup will be held in Japan from 20 September to 2 November 2019, marking the first time the tournament will be held in Asia.
Tudor is proud to be the Official Timekeeper of the Rugby World Cup 2019™, representing the pinnacle tournament for players to perform under pressure against the very best teams across the globe.
In the Tudor “Born to Dare” spirit, the Rugby World Cup challenges players to go above and beyond in the pursuit of greatness.
The New Zealand All Blacks, whom Tudor is proud to have as ambassadors, won the previous Rugby World Cups in 1987, 2011 and 2015. This year they will be defending their title for a third consecutive victory at the illustrious event.
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