In late April 2018 (22 – 28 April 2018) Australia is hosting the first major international Deaf rugby event for more than fifteen years. It will be the biggest Deaf Rugby 7’s tournament the world has seen and will include Men’s and Women’s International, Australian and Barbarians Rugby 7’s teams.
The event will conclude with the staging one or more International Deaf Rugby 15’s Tests.
It is an official World Deaf Rugby event – the first ever World Deaf Rugby 7’s competition anywhere in the world.
TOURNAMENT FACT SHEETS
A series of TOURNAMENT FACT SHEETS have been created to provide information in JPEG, PDF & Word/Doc formats on all WDR 7’s Australia 2018 Events, Formalities, Activities and Transport Arrangements.
Fact Sheet No. 1: PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
Fact Sheet No. 2: TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANTS
Fact Sheet No. 3: DAILY TRANSPORT TIMETABLE
Fact Sheet No. 4: OPENING WELCOME EVENT
Fact Sheet No. 5: DAY 1 SEVENS COMPETITION
Fact Sheet No. 6: DAY 2 SEVENS COMPETITION
Fact Sheet No. 7: DAY 3 SEVENS COMPETITION
Fact Sheet No. 8: TEST & CLOSING CELEBRATION
Fact Sheet No. 9: RANDOM HEARING TESTING
To access these Fact Sheets in different downloadable formats, click here.
PLEASE NOTE that the Buses transporting Players/Officials to the various venues (see Tournament Fact Sheet No. 3 – Daily Transport Timetable) will pick up and drop off on the WESTERN CONCOURSE of the Sydney Central Railway Station near AMBULANCE AVENUE. Bus pick up location newsflash can be accessed here.