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SA Rugby using technology to educate

It is not easy for the fans not having any sport with the pandemic running the whole world into isolation. It is even worst for the men and woman who is no literately without work.

Most players are required to conduct their fitness sessions at home and record their results online with coaches communicating with technology to their players. SA Rugby.

SA Rugby is now busy to use this time for the Springboks and Blitzbok coaching teams doing online sessions.

According to Sport24 the pilot online webinar was launched on Wednesday when Springbok assistant coach Deon Davids hosted an interactive presentation to 80 school coaches across the country.

On Friday the second one was hosted by Ashley Evert who conducted a session on lineout throwing.

Over the course of the next three weeks, Rassie Erasmus (Director of Rugby), Jacques Nienaber (Springbok coach), Neil Powell (Blitzbok coach) and both national teams’ assistant coaches will take turns to present their area of expertise with the group of coaches.

One can see that Rassie Erasmus has even found some time in this world crises to keep the knowledge flowing across the country.

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