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The Rugby Coach's Corner Podcast
Sharing ideas to make the game better
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Location: Montreal
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July 21, 2020 09:05 AM PDT

Steve Anderson is the Director of Rugby for Rugby WA and recent author of a book titled “A Coach's Journey: Discussing essential aspects of professional coaching”. He’s held numerous roles worldwide, with organisations such as Australian Rugby League, Scottish Rugby Union, Irish Rugby Union, and Rugby Australia. He is a level 4 coach in Rugby Union and a level 3 coach in Rugby League.

Rugby WA Webinars: https://bit.ly/30MEtjZ
A Coach's Journey: https://amzn.to/3fOot7d

July 14, 2020 05:51 AM PDT

Robin MacDowell is Rugby Canada’s lead in talent identification for the women’s national team and is a former player for the Canadian 7s team. He has coached extensively across Canada and even led the Mexican women’s team in their historic qualification for the 2018 RWC 7s. Twitter: @MacDowellRugby

July 07, 2020 01:11 PM PDT

Phil Llewellyn is an experienced coach, manager, educator and administrator. He has worked in player development roles for both England and Ireland Rugby, as well as senior, minis, and junior sections with grassroots clubs. He spent a season coaching in Canada and is also passionate about coach education plus mentoring.

Twitter: @philllewellyn

June 30, 2020 05:30 AM PDT

Eddie Jones is the head coach of England. He has also coached Australia, South Africa, Japan, and the Brumbies to success.

In this episode, we discuss his coaching journey, the RWC, his autobiography, tactical periodisation, and the Law interpretations being seen in Super Rugby Aotearoa.

This episode is sponsored by Ruckie Analytics. If you contact them via coach@ruckie.com and mention the podcast, you'll receive a 40% discount on analysis for next season! For more information, visit https://ruckie.com/

June 08, 2020 05:32 PM PDT

Pierre Villepreux is a former Toulouse and French national player, receiving 34 caps for his country. He has had coaching roles with Toulouse, Italy, and France, and was their assistant coach during the 1999 RWC. He then went on to be the technical director for the French Rugby Federation and also held similar roles with World Rugby. In 2018, he was inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame. Twitter: @LePlaisirDuMou1

June 04, 2020 08:42 AM PDT

Stuart Edwards is based in Edinburgh and is the attack coach for Scotland U18. He is also Head of Rugby at Stewart’s Melville College who won the 2019 Scottish Schools’ Cup. He is still an active player with Heriots in the Super 6 and is enjoying being coached as a way to develop his own philosophy.

Twitter: @stuarted10

May 24, 2020 07:16 PM PDT

Joe Winpenny is the Director of Rugby at Oxford Brookes University RFC, a Rugby Development Officer at Oxford University, and Scrum Coach at Oxford Harlequins RFC. Joe played overy 200 1st grade games for Chinnor RFC, the club where he also first started coaching.

Twitter: @OURFU_RDO

May 05, 2020 09:52 AM PDT

Dr Sommer Christie is a mental performance consultant who works with Olympic and Paralympic athletes, coaches, professionals, surgeons and performers. Her primary focus is to facilitate the enhancement of performance through mental skills training, including neurofeedback and biofeedback.

Sommer is also a former Canadian national player who competed in two World Cup’s, the World University Games, and several International test matches. She was also recently inducted into the Concordia University Sports Hall of Fame.

Journal mentioned in episode: https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/iscj/7/2/article-p209.xml#d231691324e662

Rugby Soupe: https://www.rugbysoupe.com/donner-donate

April 29, 2020 07:58 PM PDT

Geraint Davies is a Head of PE and Games, based in the UK and recently completed his Level 4 Coaching Certificate. He is an RFU Senior Coach Developer, a club head coach, and has coached from U6’s up to senior international, in both the men’s and women’s game.

He’s producing some excellent coaching resources on Twitter and YouTube under the title Geraint Davies Rugby Coaching & Analysis.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/daviesGDD

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqGVtDWh5ZIbdJUsASV_5mA

April 21, 2020 07:09 PM PDT

Curtis Lauzon is the Technical Director at Rugby New Brunswick in Canada and moved from Ontario where he took up the role in 2017. He heads up the province’s Senior Women’s team and has had assistant coaching roles with both the Canada U18 men’s and women’s programmes, and the Atlantic Keltics Senior Women.
Twitter: @curtislauzon

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