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The Women’s Collegiate All Americans finished 2nd in the ATAVUS Women’s Elite 7s in Infinity Park last weekend, losing in the final to an Eagle-lade Scion team, but the experience was a useful one nonetheless.

Captaining...

SEATTLE, Wash. As rugby is thrust into the Olympic spotlight this summer in Rio when it returns to the games for the first time since 1924, Seattle-based sports education and technology Atavus is throwing its full support...

New Brunswick (June 2, 2016) - The Atavus All-Stars coaching staff has assembled 22 athletes from around the country to compete against the touring British Army side this weekend in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Led by Wil...

SEATTLE – (April 27, 2016) ATAVUS  and Volt Athletics today announced the launch of a new technology platform to bring individualized, affordable, rugby-specific strength and conditioning (S&C) programs to athletes around...

By Terrence McCoy / The Washington Post

Coach educator brings technical and tactical knowledge to continue to build Rugby curriculum

Program designed to parallel USA Rugby Developmental Pathway and increase competitiveness throughout player pool

SEATTLE (October 5, 2015) – ATAVUS (rugby.atavus.com) has launched its two newest ATAVUS Academy locations in...

The ATAVUS U18 All-Stars are set to compete in the seven-team Serevi RugbyTown 7s U18 bracket in Glendale, Colo.

The players come from seven different states, including both coasts, and are led by HS All American Alfonso...
In the latest version of The Breakdown from the coaches at ATAVUS (formerly Serevi Rugby), Youth Programs Manager and Seattle Saracen Kellen Gordon leads us through some key fundamentals of the Scrum. No matter of you’re...
Last week we were lucky enough to spend some time at the ATAVUS High School Resident Camp at the University of Washington. For those who aren't aware evert sumner ATAVUS has several camps around the country for all...