The Awesome China Rugby Division specialises in promoting and developing rugby talents as well as cultural promotion.Two of our main objectives in our Rugby Division are high performance rugby programmes and rugby programmes for teenagers.
High Performance Rugby
- IHPU High Performance Rugby Training Camp
Our Rugby Development programmes offer fantastic rugby skills training and all the elements needed to improve your game, from nutrition to mental skills seminars.
- Rugby Talents Selection and Allotment.
New Zealand Rugby has developed the Small Blacks Development Programme specifically designed for children’s rugby under the age of 13. This programme helps to ensure that NZ children develop their rugby skills as their physical ability develops while making the game as simple and safe as possible for all kiwi children, regardless of their age, shape or size. We will select talented local rugby players for overseas exchange.
- Rugby Coach and Referee Development.
Rugby players and coaches will be matched with local rugby clubs for high quality training. We will also assist Chinese rugby players finish the New Zealand IRB International Clearance.
Teenage Rugby Programme
- Interest in Rugby
Awesome China already has available youth rugby books for beginners and lots of training courses on video. Teenagers and their parents will love rugby via social media.
- Study Tour in Rugby
Awesome China has a variety of rugby tour packages for different skill level. The teenagers will understand why rugby is an important part of New Zealand sporting culture.
- Teenager Rugby Talent Selection.
We assist China’s rugby clubs find suitable New Zealand rugby clubs for players to train alongside. All of the coaches hold IRB licenses.
We also provide pathway recommendations for the rugby players ready to move on.
- Hosting Rugby Events and Activities
As a bridge for New Zealand and China rugby we will organize a Teenagers Rugby Exchange game. Students of both countries will gain cultural exchange and rugby skills improvement.
Awesome China has been organising student and sporting groups from China to New Zealand for several years, with great success and hundreds of very happy travelers. This year we are focusing on our rugby training project in conjunction with our partners, “Total Rugby” and the famous New Zealand rugby team “Crusaders” and their International Rugby Academy, “ I H P U “ – International High Performance Unit.
Our project team is branded “Awesome China Rugby” and caters exclusively for Chinese rugby players and coaches of all ages and skill levels.
“Awesome China Rugby” speaks your language, Cantonese or Mandarin and it is supported by local New Zealand communities to make our Chinese visitors feel welcomed to this beautiful country.
Our group has been bringing together rugby players from all over the world since 2003, hosting up to 14 groups per season. New Zealanders take rugby very seriously. That is why they are the world’s best, winning the last two World Rugby Cups.
Come with us to Christchurch New Zealand and learn rugby skills and culture from the best rugby nation in the world. We look after all your needs, catering, accommodation, training and sightseeing.
14 Day New Zealand Rugby Tour itinerary preview:
Day 1: Welcome to Christchurch and introduction to High Performance
Day 2: Team Building Day in Christchurch
Day 3: Crusaders Training
Day 4: High Performance Day in Christchurch
Day 5: Breakfast with a celebrity New Zealand rugby player
Day 6: Cultural Experience Day
Day 7: High Performance Day in Christchurch
Day 8: Team Building in Hanmer Springs
Day 9: Rest Day in Hanmer Springs
Day 10: High Performance Day in Christchurch
Day 11: Team Building Day
Day 12: High Performance Day
Day 13: Team Building Day
Day 14: Flying back to Home
Australia Boxing has high level accreditation’s. We have boxing world Boxing champion Mr. Philip Holiday as our Coaching Advisor.
Philip ‘no deal’ Holiday is a former world boxing champion for the IBF winning the title in 1995 over Miguel Julio. He would go on to defend his title six times, with a notable second round knockout against three division world champion Jeff Fenech. In 2010, he came out of retirement to win the Australian Junior Middleweight title before retiring and dedicating his time into developing future stars of boxing Australia at the No Deal boxing gym in Brisbane, Australia.