Rugby’s FASTEST Foot Races! | The Greatest 1v1s in World Cup’s!

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Another selection of Rugby World Cup action to enjoy, today we look back at the greatest 1v1 in the competitions history, those foot races where attacker looks to beat defender with nothing but speed, but only the fastest come out on top! Featured in this video: Beauden Barrett (New Zealand), Jason Robinson (England) and Takudzwa Ngwenya (United States).

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