Who was the winner of the 2015 Rugby World Cup?

Who was the winner of the 2015 Rugby World Cup?

Reigning champions New Zealand won the cup and defended their title by defeating Australia in the final 34–17; South Africa defeated Argentina to take third place. This was the first Rugby World Cup where no Northern Hemisphere team got beyond the quarter-finals.

Who are the countries bidding for the 2015 Rugby World Cup?

A record 10 unions indicated formal interest in hosting the 2015 and/or the 2019 events: Australia, England, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Russia, Scotland, South Africa and Wales. Argentina had been reported in early 2008 as having given preliminary consideration to bidding, but did not ultimately formally indicate an interest in bidding.

Who was the 10 year old Boris knocked over?

Boris Johnson knocks over 10-year-old during rugby game in Japan. Boris Johnson knocks over Toki Sekiguchi in the street rugby match.

When did Italy bid to host the Rugby World Cup?

Italy stated its desire to host, and an Italian bid to host the Rugby World Cup in 2015 or 2019 was confirmed on 20 July 2008. Italy declared that it wanted to host “For the Enlargement of the Frontiers of Our Sport”.

Where was the opening ceremony of the 2015 Rugby World Cup?

The opening ceremony of the 2015 Rugby World Cup took place at Twickenham Stadium in London on 18 September 2015 at 19:20 (BST). The ceremony told the legend of how William Webb Ellis created the sport of rugby union, and featured the choir of Rugby School singing ” Swing Low, Sweet Chariot “, an anthem of rugby union in England.

How many points do you get in Rugby World Cup?

Teams receive four points for a win and two for a draw. A bonus point is awarded for scoring four tries or for a defeat by seven points or fewer. The winner and runner-up in each pool qualify for the quarter-finals.

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