Chris Ashton reveals that during his time in Toulon he never saw Fijian star Joshua Tuisova lift weights, despite what the 113kg utility back's physique might suggest.
"I don't agree with it" - Johnny Sexton responds to new RFU tackling laws | Six Nations 2023
Six Nations launch press conference with Ireland rugby coach Andy Farrell and captain Johnny Sexton.
Warren Gatland reveals what it's like being back in Six Nations rugby
Six Nations launch press conference with Wales head coach Warren Gatland and captain Ken Owens. Gatland spoke openly about his return to Wales and the challenges they face this season.
Owen Farrell talks about tackle school as England rugby prepare for Six Nations | Six Nations 2023
Six Nations launch press conference with England head coach Steve Borthwick and captain Owen Farrell.
CJ Stander - Eddie Jones is BACK, & steroids in South Africa schools rugby | RugbyPass Offload EP 60
Today we're delighted to be joined by Irish legend CJ Stander as he takes us through the incredible highs and terrifying lows of his career which took him from Captaining South Africa U20's to becoming a legend in Ireland and Munster.
When James Haskell predicted Eddie Jones' future | Offload
Ex-England captain James Haskell appeared on the Rugbypass Offload podcast just days before Eddie Jones was named coach of Australia and predicted exactly how Rugby Australia would navigate 2023.
The Joe Marler ban has put rugby in a tricky spot | Offload
James Haskell and the Offload crew disagree with the punishment handed to Joe Marler, saying while what he said was stupid, a ban sets a "difficult precedent" moving forward.
Quickfire with James Haskell | Offload
Marc Edwards hits James Haskell with some quickfire questions, where Haskell reveals the best players he's played with and against, his biggest enemy and the best rugby fight he's seen (or been in).
Max Lahiff on the 'fighter's heart' nature of rugby | Offload
Bristol Bears prop Max Lahiff speaks on his teams' struggles this season, emphasising the psychological challenges of rugby and pinpointing where the Bears' "redemption will lie".
James Haskell's transition to retirement wasn't smooth sailing | Offload
Retiring from rugby at age 34, former England captain James Haskell admitted there was a learning curve when he graduated from the rugby sheds to the "real world".
James Haskell recalls a fight with Jamie Cudmore | Offload
When asked who his biggest enemy was on the rugby field, James Haskell decided that Canada captain Jamie Cudmore was the most applicable name and shared a story to back it up.
How the Joe Marler incident played out on the field | Offload
Max Lahiff gives a first-person account of Joe Marler's sledging, explaining how the situation escalated from a previous ruck and how the mood shifted the moment Marler delivered his final line.
England's failed motivational video | Offload
James Haskell recalls a story from the England camp in the lead-up to a Test against New Zealand, where coaches had a motivational video put together but it failed to have the desired effect.
Steve Borthwick reacts to Eddie Jones hiring & explains Owen Farrell decision | Six Nations 2023
England head coach Steve Borthwick has dropped veterans Billy Vunipola, Jonny May and Jack Nowell for his first Six Nations squad. Borthwick has jettisoned three established performers under his predecessor Eddie Jones, who was sacked last month and
RugbyPass Offload EP 59 | James Haskell on Joe Marler's ban, Eddie Jones and Prince Harry
James Haskell joins Max Lahiff and Ryan Wilson in studio for the first time. The crew chat through Joe Marler's recent ban and many stories from James' incredible career.
Ellis Genge explains his decision to join Roc Nation | Changing the Game
England prop Ellis Genge discusses the evolution of his relationship with Roc Nation's Michael Yormark as the Bristol star is unveiled as Roc Nation's newest signing.
Kyle Sinckler's maturation as a rugby player | Rugby Roots
Kyle Sinckler debuted for Harlequins at age 18, and while the prop was highly dedicated to his craft from a young age, in hindsight he now recognises his shortcomings.
What Kyle Sinckler remembers of the 2019 World Cup final | Rugby Roots
Kyle Sinckler started in the No 3 jersey for the 2019 Rugby World Cup final but lasted just three minutes, suffering a concussion as a result of friendly fire with Maro Itoje.
Kyle Sinckler's relationship with his coaches | Rugby Roots
England and Lions prop Kyle Sinckler candidly discusses the evolution of his relationship with his coaches and how his lack of a father figure influenced his professional career.
Inside Jordan Hendrikse's management meeting | Changing the Game
Lions flyhalf and Springbok hopeful Jordan Hendrikse sits down with Michael Yormark of Roc Nation to talk business and plan for the talented young back's bright future.
The Barbarians experience is second to none | Being Barbarians
Just how special is a week in the Barbarians camp? Leave it to former World Cup winner Will Greenwood to lend some perspective.
When Scott "Razor" Robertson met Joe Marler | Being Barbarians
Two of the rugby world's great characters came together for the Barbarians last November, Scott Robertson told the typically unorthodox story of his first chat with Joe Marler.
Inside the Barbarians sheds at halftime | Being Barbarians
In their match against the All Blacks XV, the Barbarians took a 21-17 lead into the break. The mood in the changing rooms was upbeat and coach Scott Robertson had just the message to motivate his side to finish strong.
Will Greenwood describes the Barbarians' energy pregame | Being Barbarians
Barbarians assitant backs coach, Will Greenwood, takes a moment before kickoff to describe the shift in intensity within the Barbarians' camp for their match against the All Blacks XV.
The moment Ellis Genge is unveiled with Roc Nation | Changing the Game
Episode 3 of Changing the Game follows Roc Nation president Michael Yormark as he is in London to meet England rugby star Ellis Genge. The agency announce the Bristol Bears front row as their latest big star as they look to reshape the sporting lands
Being Barbarians - Rugby Documentary
Our new rugby documentary follows Scott Robertson and Ronan O'Gara in a brand new saga following the Barbarians rugby team, one of the most famous sides in the world. In this clash, they take on New Zealand XV.
Being Barbarians | Trailer
RugbyPass presents a story of superstar coaches and players uniting under the famous black and white once again. Scott Robertson and Ronan O'Gara aim to guide the Barbarians to victory against an All Blacks VX at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London.
Inside the world of rugby agents - Ardie Savea meets Roc Nation | Changing the Game
Episode 2 of Changing the Game follows Roc Nation, the innovative entertainment agency which is managing the likes of Cheslin Kolbe, Maro Itoje and Ardie Savea. This episode follows their president Michael Yormark as he travels to South Africa to str
We follow the agency managing the biggest rugby stars on the planet | Changing the Game | Episode 1
Episode 1 of Changing the Game follows Roc Nation, the innovative entertainment agency which is managing the likes of Cheslin Kolbe, Maro Itoje and Ardie Savea. This episode follows their president Michael Yormark as he travels to South Africa to str
Kyle Sinckler | Rugby Roots
England and British & Irish Lions prop Kyle Sinckler, joins Jim Hamilton on this week's episode of Rugby Roots.
The moment England rugby unveiled Steve Borthwick as their new head coach
Press conference at Twickenham Stadium as Steve Borthwick has been appointed as England head coach on a five-year contract.
Highlights | Grey College vs Hamilton Boys | World Schools Festival Final
Rugby highlights from the final of the World Schools Festival as Grey College from South Africa take on Hamilton Boys High from New Zealand.
Highlights | Trinity vs RTA | World Schools Festival
Rugby highlights as Rugby Travel academy from South Africa take on Trinity School from England in the World Schools festival.
Highlights | St Michael's vs Sedbergh | World Schools Festival
Rugby highlights from the Shield Final of the World Schools Festival as Sedbergh School from England take on St Michael's College from Ireland. #wsf2022
Highlights | Odyssey XV vs RTA | World Schools Festival
Rugby highlights as invitational sides Odyssey XV and Rugby Travel Academy clash in the Open tournament of the World Schools Festival. #wsf2022
Highlights | Millfield vs Cardiff and Vale | World Schools Festival
Rugby highlights as Cardiff and Vale college take on Millfield school in the 3rd place playoff in the main cup competition of the World Schools Festival.
Grey College vs Hamilton Boys' | World Schools Festival Final
The final of The World Schools Festival sees Grey College from South Africa take on Hamilton Boys' High from New Zealand. #wsf2022
Highlights | Millfield vs Hamilton Boys' | World Schools Festival
Rugby highlights as Hamilton Boys' High from New Zealand take on Millfield School from England in a tense encounter in at the World Schools Festival. The winner would go on to take part in the final of the cup.
Highlights | Odyssey XV vs RTA | World Schools Festival
Rugby highlights from day 2 of the World Schools Festival as Odyssey look to get redemption to even out the series. Will they manage to do it or will Rugby Travel make it 2-0 and impossible for Odyssey to win?
Highlights | Grey College vs Cardiff and Vale | World Schools Festival
Rugby highlights from day 2 of the World Schools Festival cup semi finals as Grey College take on Cardiff and Vale in a nailbiting, to the encounter.
Highlights | Trinity vs St Michael's | World Schools Festival
Rugby highlights from day 2 of the World Schools Festival sees the English and Irish schools champions take each other on to set the record straight.
Highlights | Sedbergh vs RTA | World Schools Festival
Rugby highlights from day 2 of the World Schools Festival as Sedbergh School took on South African invitational side Rugby Travel Academy. Both sides battled it out in an action packed game with plenty of drama.
Brad Barritt - How South African Clubs Are Saving European Rugby | EP 58 | RugbyPass Offload
Today we're joined by one of the most decorated rugby players in history in Ex England International & British & Irish Lion Brad Barritt to help take us through a wonderfully exciting and entertaining weekend of European rugby.
Highlights | South Africa and Fiji invitational sides go at it | SA Rugby Travel vs Odyssey XV
Rugby highlights from Day 1 of the World Schools Festival open tournament as SA Rugby Travel took on Odyssey XV in the very first game of the tournament.
Highlights | Top sides in English schools rugby battle it out In Thailand | Millfield vs Sedbergh
Rugby highlights from Day 1 of the World Schools Festival as Millfield School and Sedbergh school clashed in a double header clash which doubled up as the final of The Schools Championship.
Highlights | The top sides in Irish and Welsh schools rugby clash | St Michael's vs Cardiff and Vale
Rugby highlights from Day 1 of the World Schools Festival as St Michael's from Ireland took on Cardiff and Vale college from Wales. The game saw two of the top sides in their country come face to face.
Highlights | Hamilton Boy's show their class again Odyssey XV | World Schools Festival 2022
Rugby highlights from Day 1 of the World Schools Festival as Hamilton Boy's High from New Zealand took on invitational team Odyssey XV. Hamilton, champions of New Zealand schools rugby showed their class in this encounter.
Highlights | Grey College show their power against the top side in England | Grey vs Trinity School
Rugby highlights from Day 1 of the World Schools Festival as Trinity School from England took on Grey College from South Africa. There was much to play for in this game and both sides brought physicality and flair to the game.
The Du Preez brothers were bullies | RugbyPass Offload
Jesse Kriel recalls his time playing alongside the Du Preez brothers in age-grade sides, claiming they were just as big and physical then as they are today.
Quickfire with Jesse Kriel | RugbyPass Offload
Springbok utility back Jesse Kriel names the best player he's faced, the best player he's played alongside and more quickfire questions from Marc Edwards.
How England players should have navigated Eddie Jones' review | RugbyPass Offload
The Offload panel brainstorm ways that teams can conduct honest reviews by ensuring the anonymity of the players consulted.
The honour of being caned by Victor Matfield | RugbyPass Offload
Jesse Kriel reveals it was Victor Matfield who consummated the young utility back's Springbok initiation by caning him, "a huge honour" Kriel joked.
Jesse Kriel on putting the final nail in Eddie Jones' coffin | RugbyPass Offload
Marc Edwards jokingly blames the Springboks for putting the final nail in Eddie Jones' coffin as England's head coach, Jesse Kriel gives his perspective on the change.
Jesse Kriel's great grandfather played for the B&I Lions | RugbyPass Offload
The British and Irish Lions' recent tour of South Africa held special meaning for Jesse Kriel, as the Springbok revealed his great-grandfather had played for the team.
The genius of Johnny Sexton | Rugby Roots
James Lowe discusses the remarkable game management Johnny Sexton achieves at every level of rugby.
James Lowe on the Leinster vs Munster derbies | Rugby Roots
James Lowe admitted he wasn't familiar with the status of Leinster rugby before he joined the club in 2017, but now he finds himself truly immersed in the club's historic rivalry with Munster.
James Lowe's first impressions of Johnny Sexton | Rugby Roots
James Lowe discusses his move from New Zealand and his surprise at the perceived aura around Ireland captain Johnny Sexton.
France are everyone's boogey-monster | Rugby Roots
Ireland wing James Lowe projects France as the team to beat at the Rugby World Cup 2023, praising the team's halves combination, youth and physicality.
Here are the teams at the World Schools Festival rugby tournament 2022
Here are your sides for the World Schools Festival 2022. Hamilton Boys' High, Trinity College, Grey College, Cardiff and Vale, Odyssey XV, Millfield, St Michael's College and Sedbergh School all go toe to toe to see who is the best rugby school in th
Schools arrive for World Schools Festival 2022
Top rugby sides from around the globe land in Thailand as they prepare for The World Schools Festival 2022. #wsf2022
What is next for Eddie Jones? Bordeaux's Zack Holmes on the current international coaching carousel
The French Rugby podcast crew is joined by Bordeaux's Zack Holmes as they talk about the hottest topics in rugby and the Top 14.
Jesse Kriel - End of an era for Eddie Jones & Warren Gatland back at Wales | Offload Podcast EP 57
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Springbok center Jesse Kriel joins the Offload podcast to discuss the hottest topics in rugby.
How Chris Ashton wants to be remembered | Rugby Roots
Jim Hamilton asks Chris Ashton about his legacy in rugby and after a bumpy career, Ashton's response was simple, he stayed true to who he is as a person and player.
Josh Tuisova never lifts weights | Rugby Roots
Chris Ashton reveals that during his time in Toulon he never saw Fijian star Joshua Tuisova lift weights, despite what the 113kg utility back's physique might suggest.
Why "Splashdown" didn't have any World Cup stories in it | Rugby Roots
Chris Ashton discusses his book "Splashdown" and reveals that he tried to include stories of the 2011 World Cup and the drama involved but England Rugby intervened.
Why Chris Ashton regrets the "Ash Splash" | Rugby Roots
While the iconic try celebration nicknamed the "Ash Splash" is still celebrated by some fans, Chris Ashton reveals the negative outside noise around it has made him come to regret doing it.
Chris Ashton on why Sam Burgess struggled in Rugby Union | Rugby Roots
Chris Ashton leans on his experience as a cross-code success story to discuss the reasons why Sam Burges' foray into Rugby Union didn't work out.
Chris Ashton on his first love being Rugby League | Rugby Roots
Cross-code rugby star Chris Ashton tells Jim Hamilton about his upbringing in the Wigan Rugby League system and how it was always his dream to represent his hometown.
James Lowe | Rugby Roots
Big Jim Hamilton is joined this week on Rugby Roots by Ireland and Leinster sensation, James Lowe.
How Warren Gatland instilled toughness in the Welsh team | Rugby Roots
Dan Biggar reflects on the time Rassie Erasmus complimented Wales' toughness and how the team earned that reputation.
Dan Biggar on his attitude towards winning | Rugby Roots
Dan Biggar describes his mentality to Jim Hamilton, saying he brings the same edge and intent into every match regardless of the stakes or the stage.
How South Africa dominated England in the dark arts | The Offload
Max Lahiff breaks down South Africa's scrummaging tactics and Ryan Wilson marvels at their all-around set-piece superiority on The Offload.
Did Wayne Pivac inherit a poisoned chalice | The Offload
The Offload crew discuss the state of Welsh Rugby and whether Wayne Pivac was handed the keys to a sinking ship when he was appointed as Wales' head coach.
Will Warren Gatland flip the script this time with Wales | The Offload
The Offload crew discuss Warren Gatland's (potential) appointment as Welsh head coach and what attitude the man with "keys to the country" could bring to the role.
Mark Nawaqanitawase runs like a greasy Rhino | The Offload
Australian winger Mark Nawaqanitawase gets his flowers from The Offload crew following a superb outing at the Principality Stadium.
Lions coach Ivan van Rooyen unpacks his team's debut in Europe
Bulls Director of Rugby Jake White waxes lyrical about the team's world-class backs
Bulls Director of Rugby Jake White waxes lyrical about the team's world-class backs.
South African side Grey College send off their team to the World Schools Festival
The famous Grey College send off their team as they prepare for the World Schools Festival in Thailand. The South African college will take on eight of the best rugby sides in the world from the 13th-17th December.
Mathew Tait on England's performance against the Springboks | Rugbypass Offload | EP 56
The Offload boys have a sit down with Matthew Tait to discuss the upcoming Dubai 7s tournament as well as look back at his career that experienced a few highs and lows with England.
South Africa beat England in these key areas
Eddie Jones pinpoints an area where South Africa were the better team and shares what his process will be in finding a solution.
Eddie Jones on England's poor record this year
Eddie Jones took full responsibility for England's record in 2022 after the team's second-biggest loss to South Africa at Twickenham.
Eddie Jones Summarises the loss to South Africa
England coach Eddie Jones gives an overview of where England went wrong in their disappointing loss to their 2019 Rugby World Cup foes the Springboks.
Nienaber on earning respect with the Twickenham win
Springboks coach Jacques Nienaber explains why he doesn't put any energy into the idea of earning respect and instead focuses on his team and what they can control.
Kolisi on the Springboks' game plan
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi praises his coaching staff for how they have gone about structuring the team's game plan and how it has allowed the players to buy in and play with clarity.
Kolisi: "Opportunity over anything"
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi describes his team's game plan as "opportunity over anything" and shares why he's so proud of his side after their win against England.
Dan Biggar | Rugby Roots with Jim Hamilton
Jim Hamilton is joned on rugby roots by Wales rugby captain and legend Dan Biggar. He chats through his recent decision to move from Northampton to Toulon and how the deal came about.
Springbok and England fan reactions outside Twickenham Stadium | England vs South Africa
RugbyPass were at Twickenham Stadium to hear what the fans thought of England vs South Africa.
Siya Kolisi and Jacques Nienaber react to their big win over England rugby
Rugby press conference as Jacques Nienaber and Siya Kolisi face the media after England's big loss to the Springboks in the Autumn Nations Series.
Eddie Jones tries to explain what happened after Springboks run up big score against England rugby
Rugby press conference as Eddie Jones and Owen Farrell face the media after England's big loss to the Springboks in the Autumn Nations Series.
Wayne Pivac questioned about his future with Wales after a historic loss to Georgia
After a string of losses including a historic loss to Georgia last season Wayne Pivac looks ahead to his final autumn test against Australia.
Highlights | Millfield bring the powerful rugby | Millfield vs Whitgift | The Schools Championship
Rugby highlights as Millfield School take on Whitgift in The Schools Championship. Millfield continue their preparations for The World Schools Festival in December as Whitgift look to pick up their 6th win of the season.
Eddie Jones speaks on the Springboks as England prepare for Autumn Nations Series clash
England head coach, Eddie Jones, speaks ahead of Saturday's clash with South Africa at Twickenham. Jones labelled the world champions a 'tough side in all compartments' and said his side to keep their concentration at all times and make the most of t
Joe Simpson - Eddie Jones coaching mind games, Ireland peaked too soon? | RugbyPass Offload | EP 55
Today we're delighted to be joined by England scrum half Joe Simpson to help digest another incredible weekend of Autumn Nations Cup action.
Australia wary of wounded Wales as they prepare for final Autumn Nations Series clash
Wallabies backrower Jed Holloway and outside back Jordan Petaia have spoken to media from Cardiff today. Holloway has played all Tests bar one since making his Wallabies debut in Argentina this year, while Petaia scored a try in the side's three-poin
The best moments of the Aotearoa Rugby Pod 2022
The Twickenham test brought to a close the New Zealand professional rugby season and with it, this season of the Aotearoa Rugby Pod. To celebrate a year of great banter and even better guests, here's a recap of some of the best moments from ARP 2022.
Why The Springboks could go back to back at the World Cup | Aotearoa Rugby Pod
James Parsons analyses the Springboks gameplan against Italy and explains why it has convinced him the South Africans are a dark horse at next year's World Cup.
Does Dalton Papali'i deserve the start over Sam Cane | Aotearoa Rugby Pod
Bryn Hall gives his verdict on Dalton Papali'i vs Sam Cane and discusses the implications of starting one head of the other ahead of a World Cup.
Grading and Summarising the All Blacks' season | Aotearoa Rugby Pod
Bryn Hall and James Parsons reflect on the All Blacks' season, from the disappointment of the Ireland series through to the mostly successful Northern Tour.
The case for Ardie Savea as the best in the world | Aotearoa Rugby Pod
The Aotearoa Rugby Pod panel discuss Ardie Savea's dominance throughout a shaky All Blacks season and how his monumental influence deserves more recognition at the World Rugby awards.
Josh van der Flier robbed his teammate of mens Player of the Year | Aotearoa Rugby Pod
James Parsons explains why he believes World Rugby Men's Player of the Year Josh van der Flier's teammate would have been the more deserving recipient of the award.
Brutal rugby - reacting to the best South Africa & New Zealand rugby moments
John Okafor reacts to the best moments from The Springboks vs New Zealand during the Rugby Championship.
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