Gary Gold quits USA Rugby as future World Cup plans are formulated

Gary Gold quits USA Rugby as future World Cup plans are formulated

Gary Gold quits USA Rugby as future World Cup plans are formulated

After that, the male Eagles did not qualify Rugby World Cup 2023 in France, losing in the doubleheader final to Chile with an aggregate score of 52-51 in the CondorsIn favor, everything is change in the union. Men’s head coach Gary Gold has stepped down, with an overhaul of how the US will operate going forward. In May of this year the future hosts of the World Cup were announced and the USA were awarded the men’s and women’s World Cups in 2031 and 2033 respectively.

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Women’s boss Rob Cain has also reached the end of his contract with the union, and whether he is offered another will depend on the review.

As part of the review, the union says they intend to refine the job descriptions and hiring timelines for their high performance manager and head coaches. They also added that “An essential requirement for US coaches going forward is that they must be full-time residents of the US during their coaching tenure and be rooted in the Eagles’ development path.”

In addition to this, their channeling of young people will become the priority, the union state. “This includes increased and robust development structures with adequate funding levels to meet the necessary performance targets for both the men’s and women’s programs,” they add. For this to be successful, they must discover new sources of income.

So in January, World Rugby will meet with USA Rugby to work on the next phase of what has been called “Project Accelerate.”

This is described as an initiative by World Rugby to “accelerate programs for the development and performance of the women’s game in high-potential unions”. With the U.S. women having a path set in The Pacific Four Series and the upcoming WXV competition, as well as the Sevens World Series, the goal of the partnership, the union says, is to “develop specific metrics for growth and support for 15- and 7-year-old women’s programs.” , from the grassroots to the senior team, with the goal of future success at the Olympic Games and World Cups.”

USA CEO Ross Young said: “We are committed to charting a path that will bring US rugby to the forefront of international competition for the next decade, a path that we understand goes far beyond national team operations . The world rugby landscape is changing rapidly and will improve even more with new competitions and a regular structured calendar. From the results this autumn, it is clear that we have not kept pace with the rest of the world. Now, we have to find ways to that the United States can innovate and leverage its natural strengths to excel both on and off the field.This will all tie into the broader growth plan that USA Rugby will present to World Rugby in May as part of the hosting process the Rugby World Cup”.

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