44.72km/h At the record-winning event, Usain Bolt’s average ground speed was 37.58km/h, whilst reaching a top speed of 44.72km/h in the 60-80m stretch – numbers fitting for the world’s fastest man. Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is regarded as the fastest man on the planet.Oct 12, 2020
Rugby’s lack of popularity comes back to the fact it is really hard to play. You can’t play rugby by kicking around a bottle on concrete like you can football. It isn’t accessible. It is a hard game and most people don’t really enjoy the aggressive aspect until they are older.
10 Best Rugby Players Of All Time Martin Johnson (England) Jonah Lomu (New Zealand) David Campese (Australia) Brian O’Driscoll (Ireland) Michael Jones (New Zealand) Dan Carter (New Zealand) Richie McCaw. Photo Flickr. 41 thoughts on “10 Best Rugby Players Of All Time” Pingback: Top 10 Most Watched SportsPledge Sports.
So, looking at all of the evidence presented and what they show, it all points to football being the “tougher” (or more dangerous, depending how you look at it) sport. Having the higher rate of injury in the lower body, neck, head, and fatalities give it the upper hand over Rugby.Aug 31, 2016
This means that rugby players have to have much more stamina, but it also means that football is open to stronger and bigger players with less natural endurance. Football players can be considerably bigger; in fact the heaviest football players are around 380 pounds, whilst rubgy players max out at around 280 pounds.