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Colton begins the show with “The Breakdown” presented by O’Neills by tracking the teams that the American Raptors will be playing on during the RugbyTown 7s, covers some RugbyTown 7s storylines, and wraps up with All of the Rugby You Can Watch this weekend presented by Wintergreen (0:00-7:39). Following “The Breakdown”, Colton talks all things RugbyTown 7s with World Rugby…

The RugbyTown Crossover Academy was born on November 19, 2020, with a four-day camp that consisted of 30 players. Of those 30 players, around 25 had never touched a rugby ball before. On November 19, 2021, the American Raptors – the team that the RugbyTown Crossover Academy transformed into – fell 32-29 in their second of two matches against Uruguay…

Colton starts the show with “The Breakdown” presented by O’Neills by recapping the 2021 RugbyTown Sevens, talking about the latest Premier Rugby Sevens news, and the Major League Rugby draft (0:00-12:03). Following “The Breakdown”, Colton chats with USA Rugby sevens player and Tokyo 2020 Olympian Cody Melphy about his rugby career, the Olympics, and capitalizing on opportunities (12:05-44:09). Following the…

When Army Rugby Union and the United States Navy lace up their boots for their 11 AM kickoff on Friday, August 20, 727 days will have passed since Infinity Park last hosted the RugbyTown Sevens. COVID forced the cancellation of the tournament in 2020, but the three-day event returns this weekend for its ninth year August 20-22. Just like the…

Colton Strickler kicks off the show with ‘The Breakdown’ by talking about watching the RugbyTown 7s rebroadcast at the DNVR Bar this weekend, the weekly Super Rugby update, and what’s on tap for Premiership Rugby and PRO14. After a short version of ‘The Breakdown’, Colton has a conversation with Houston SaberCats fly-half and Major League Rugby’s all-time leading scorer Sam…

If you found yourself at Infinity Park on the third weekend in August during any year other than 2020, you’d find yourself at the RugbyTown 7s tournament. 2020 is no normal year though, and thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the ninth version of the RugbyTown 7s will have to wait, but we will still be able to enjoy some…

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