Felipe Brangier, captain of Chile’s Rugby Team 7, told BioBioChile about the team’s expectations for the World Cup in South Africa next September.
Chilean rugby will be dressed up next September. The Seventh National Team will participate in the “Cape Town 2022” World Cup in South Africa. The event passed qualifying last November when the Latin American team in Costa Rica finished second.
‘Cóndores’ 7s, Argentina and Uruguay represent South America at events at Cape Town Stadium. The defending champion is New Zealand, who defeated England in the final in the United States in 2018.
Chile will participate in the World Cup for the second consecutive year. In the four-year-old edition, the national team played against Ireland (12-17) in the first round, playing in a bowl that defined 17 to 20 positions and defeating Uganda’s Tonga (33-29). 20-17) and Hong Kong (20-7).
Looking to the future, national team captain Felipe Bringuier declared: BioBioChile “Expectations are high. The results and marks of the last World Cup have improved. We will be able to win the 17th place bowl and make the same or better efforts to repeat and improve its history. became.”
“We are confident. Today, the situation in rugby is much better than it used to be. There are semi-professional programs, and for some professionals, it gives the player the possibility of giving exclusive dedication. Seen in the field, along with performance and results. Today, there are more specific tools, “he added.
Prince of Wales Country Club (PWCC) players also Sustainable progress The National Rugby has experienced Seventh’s second consecutive World Cup appearance and the Condor XV trying to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in history through the playoffs.
“Basically, it’s the result and foundation built in pursuit of a program that provides all the tools available, and because the federation has the most free elements, so the player prepares more. Better tools and better quality time devoted to rugby preparation, “he pointed out.
about Personal goal , The center pointed out as follows. “I’m mainly aiming to reach my goals for this year’s World Cup, reach the 2023 Pan American Games and close my career in the best possible way. It’s my fourth Pan. I’ll be American, I’ll retire at about 35 years old. I hope this goes well and the team will arrive at these events in the best possible way. ”
In conclusion, Bringuier assured him that he was devoted to this stage of his career. Share your experience Youngest and youngest to internalize oval sports and encourage them to become a new generation of top-level athletes.
“I’m in that stage where I have to start sharing and communicating experiences. My career is nearing the end rather than peaking. I learn and live in a useful environment through sports. Even my school had to share with the community to tell the boy how they could develop, grow, mature and generate. I’m very happy to be able to send it. ” He said.
Felipe Blanche’s outstanding performance in his career. ――――
2011: Pan American Games Guadalajara (MEX): 5th
2014: South American Games Santiago (CHI): Bronze medal
2015: Toronto Pan American Games: 5th
2017: Bolivarian Games Santa Malta (COL): Gold Medal
2018: South America Circuit (URU / CHI): World Cup 4th and Qualifying
2018: Cochabamba South America Competition (BOL): Gold medal
2018: World Cup San Francisco (USA): 17th – Bowl Champion
2019: Pan American Games Lima: 5th
2021 Latin American San Jose (CRC): World Cup Vice Champion and Qualification
2022 World Cup Cape Town (RSA): Held from September 9th to 11th, 2022.