Aramis Becomes Rugby World Cup Partner
The family run English business, Aramis Rugby, has been named as an official supporter of Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2023.
Aramis Rugby will provide grounds, fitness equipment and training for the 20 teams competing in the Rugby World Cup 2023.
The partnership will also see Aramis’ expertise and investments in research and development, provide analytical scrum machines to coaching teams, allowing them to receive insights into training and physical scrum performance.
Commenting on the partnership, founder and CEO of Aramis Rugby, Vikas Mahajan, said: “Being named as official supporter of Rugby World Cup 2023 is the biggest milestone to date for Aramis Rugby, and one that we are hugely proud to achieve.
“At the forefront of our business is investing in world-leading technology to provide players, clubs and the sport with the best-in-class training equipment.
We are honoured to be able to bring this level of innovation to the biggest sporting stage in rugby and are very excited to see what France 2023 will hold,” he said.
Rugby World Cup France 2023 CEO, Claude Atcher, added “I am thrilled to welcome Aramis Rugby on board as an Official Supporter of Rugby World Cup 2023.
“Providing the participating nations with the most advanced training equipment available is of the upmost importance for the organising committee.
On the innovations Aramis is providing, former England international, Will Greenwood, said: “Having coached and played at Rugby World Cups, I fully understand the need for new innovative coaching methods and practices to develop a winning team.”
“Aramis Rugby’s digital scrum machine is one of those innovations that can help players and coaches reach the next level by providing them with a new level of insight into performance and is therefore fit for the biggest stage in rugby,” he said.
The Rugby World Cup is set to kick off on the 8September in France.