As the dust settles after what is generally being viewed as the best Rugby World Cup to date, STATS has taken a look back at the tournament to discuss some of the key themes that have emerged over the last six weeks.

Excerpt from the eBook:

“Able to regulate the tempo of games and keep the ball in the right areas of the field, New Zealand averaged 55 percent possession and 58.7 percent territory during the tournament. More tellingly, the All Blacks were regularly able to dominate opponents in the first half, averaging 57.9 percent possession and 63.2 percent territory in the opening 40 minutes of games as they took early control and stifled opponents as they wore on.”

Difference Makers: Rugby World Cup 2015 In Review

Fill out the form below to receive a download link for your eBook!

Additional Publications

Understanding the League and Federation Ecosystem

Understanding the League and Federation Ecosystem

The NCAA Tournament’s Branding Masterpiece and How You Can Benefit

The NCAA Tournament’s Branding Masterpiece and How You Can Benefit

Football Made For Media

Football Made For Media

STATS Video Solution and TVL Data for Baseball

STATS Video Solution and TVL Data for Baseball