Known as a free-flowing game combining strategy, speed and strength, rugby is a full-contact sport. From the scrum – where the ball is rolled into a tunnel between the opponents – to contact situations creating the space players need to attack – tackles, rucks and mauls -, resistance is more than a prerequisite.
The world’s toughest sport exposes rugby players and their gear up to 9km running on an 70m-wide by 100m-long field during an 80-minute game, enduring up to 50 tackles and constant 10G collisions with opponents (approx. the impact you withstand during a car crash). The gentlemen off the field have to become endurance athletes, and the strongest and fasted whilst on the field. When players from each side bind onto each other by locking shoulders while facing each other with the ball on the ground between them, the ruck is formed. Even though players cannot actually wear rolex swiss replica watches during a match for, they grip and grasp onto each other, fall on the ground and are highly exposed to elements that I.N.O.X. can easily bear as it is an extremely shock-resistant watch. Well-made and with great detail, this watch is definitely worth the money and it is probably one of the best looking replica watches out there.
The two opposing squads of the 2019 Rugby World Cup final -All Blacks (New Zealand) & Wallabies (Australia) – have been braced to all eventualities and have definitely endured and coped with elements, through the competition and the 7 matches played to reach the final. If rucks are the most dangerous ones, they are as crucial as scrums and line-outs, as with mauls they aim to recycle the ball after a tackle. From elite to grassroots, you should concentrate on safety. It might not look pretty at first sight, but deep-down it’s beautiful.