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POSTED ON2019/02/14
Regarding to “Tag Rugby” Leaders Training Competition
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As a host city of the Rugby World Cup 2019 ™, Kobe City is engaged in promotion activities of tournaments and rugby spreading awareness activities.
On this occasion, (Public Interest Incorporated Foundation) The Japan Rugby Football Association, as a commissioned project from the Sports Agency, has been conducting “Tag Rugby Leaders Training Conference” for junior high school teachers with the aim of disseminating tag rugby for middle school physical education, it is hold as follows.
 
1. Period
20(Wed) February 2019 15:00-17:00
 
2. Place
Kobe Municipal Tsutsuidai Middle School Gymnasium(First half: Lecture Second half: practical skill)
Hyogo prefecture Kobe city Chuo-ku Nozaki-Dori 1-1-3

 
3. Target audience
Junior high school health and physical education department teacher (35 public middle schools participating)
 
4. Trainer
Hideto Suzuki (Professor, Gakugei University, Tokyo Gakugei University, Advising Committee for Promotion and Promotion of Society)
Shinya Kato (Education department member of the Society Promotion and Development Committee, Class A referee)
 
5. About coverage
Please apply by FAX by separate sheet (interview application) by 17 o’clock on February 18 (Monday).
(Please post your business card when watching, please wear armband.)
 
(For reference) About the rugby world cup 2019
Rugby World Cup 2019 is hosted by World Rugby and is held every four years, and is the world’s three biggest sports events boasting the scale next to the Olympics and the Football World Cup. In 2019 (Heisei 31) Japan convention is held in 12 cities nationwide from 20th September to 2nd November, and in Kobe, 4 games will be held with Kobe City Osaki Park Ball Park as the venue.

▽ Match schedule
9/26 (Thurs) 19: 45 ~ England vs. the United States
9/30 (Monday) 19: 15 ~ Scotland vs. Samoa
10/3 (Thurs) 19: 15 ~ Ireland versus Russia
10/8 (Tue) 19: 15 ~ South Africa vs. Canada