The World in Union
Rugby Union is one of the most popular team sports in the world, and is almost unrivalled for its drama, skill, tactics and brute physicality. It is a sport that is played all over the world and followed by people of different cultures and traditions and who speak different languages.
The Rugby World Cup, the motto of which is The World in Union, is currently under way in Japan, with the hosts becoming the first Asian team to qualify for the quarter finals of the competition after beating one of the world’s top-rated team, Ireland, and knocking out Scotland. Japan’s success is proof of the rapid internationalization of this sport that is catching the imagination of people all over the world.
The quarter-finals, which will be played in Japan on 19 and 20 October, will involve England, Wales, Ireland, France, Australia, New Zealand and Japan in what promises to be four intense games in which the passion for the sport will be translated into bruising athletic encounters in a spirit of fair play and respect.
At Traductanet we offer a full range of translation, interpretation, terminology and website localization services because, just like the rugby players on the fields in Japan this month, we believe that communication is important for bringing people together and for helping create a world in union.