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New Zealand are the main protagonists of the international rugby weekend in Madrid

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Clock Manufacturing Company Tudor, the sponsor of New Zealand rugby, is bringing the top stars of the world’s most successful team to the capital. The presentation of the Kiwi men’s and women’s teams was held yesterday Rabat Jewellery.

Rugby fans, and lovers of highly competitive sports, a An unforgivable date in Madrid. From 31 May to 2 June, the final of the Men’s Rugby 7s World Series will be held at the Metropolitan Stadium., a shortened version of the popular game, with teams of seven players on the field. Commercially known as the HSBC SVNS, the format of the championship has changed this season. Deletion event That will be discussed in three daysFrom that Winners of Male and Female categoriesto do Fortunately for us, the organization has decided that This year’s final and the next two will be held in the Spanish capital.

Pictured are four New Zealanders giving a clinic organized by Tudor during the HSBC SVNS Grand Final in Madrid. From left to right, Teresa Sedepano, Jasmine Hotham, Mahina Paul and Denika Willison

The HSBC SVNS Grand Final is a spectacle that plays an important role for the players and the public who come to watch the matches. The Qualifiers are non-stop One bad day can ruin an entire season’s work. As for the public, the Vouchers for three days start at 35 eurosAlthough there is an option to make the experience more pleasant if you buy Entries named SVNS PLUS (200 euros for two days, 300 euros for three days), incl Reserved seating, unlimited beverage service All day, exclusive bar and Entrance to Beach Club. As for the dress code, as an event designed for a good day, the organizers encourage participants to go the most comfortable and fun way, Clothes included. It’s not bad at all.

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New Zealand players during a press conference at the Rabat Jewelery Store last Wednesday, May 29.

New Zealand is the main attraction

“He Rugby 7 is a lot of fun than normal fifteen-a-side rugby. There are many more places and the games are very entertaining. Of course, I want to play it more.” Speaker Aquila Rogolisova, one of the stars of the New Zealand team, is one of the main motivations for heading to the Metropolitan Stadium this weekend. Rogolisova attended with her teammates Sam Dixon and Don Ng Shiu At the Rabat jewelry store on Serrano Street last Wednesday to discuss his first visit to our country. This event is organized Tudor has been a sponsor of New Zealand Rugby since 2017The year the watch brand launched its campaign “Born Brave” (Born brave).

Pictured is Sarah Hirney, captain of the New Zealand team and Tudor ambassador.

Tudor has maintained an active sports sponsorship activity in recent years, including participation in the next edition Rowing America’s CupIn collaboration with the team Alinky Red Bull Racing, and the formation of his own professional cycling team. Anyway, his cooperation New Zealand Rugby With a historical success rate of over 77%, this is very special for the brand as it allows it to associate with not only rugby but the most successful sports teams in the world.

In addition to the presentation of the men’s team members, Tudor and New Zealand Rugby have also arranged. Coached by Denika Willison, Mahina Paul, Jasmine Hotham and Teresa Sedepano.Members of the New Zealand Women’s Rugby 7s team, including their captain Sarah Hirney, are personally Tudor ambassadors.

A snapshot of the clinic given in Madrid by members of the New Zealand Women’s Rugby 7s team.

In this the players will protect Grand Final His first place in the table obtained in seven previous nominations. It will be a little more complicated in the men’s category, who will start in third place behind Argentina and Ireland. Either way, it was a privilege to see them live Legends of the World Game.

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