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The Girls High School All-Americans (GHSAA) Powered By Atavus program has crossed the pond to France to embark on their second international sevens tour of the year. After success in Vancouver in March, going undefeated...

One of the athletes who will be first to compete took a detour to Seattle on her Road to Rio. Ryan Carlyle will be one to watch starting Saturday in Womens' Rugby Sevens.

Atavus’ own Head of Rugby Emilie Bydwell has been selected to join Team USA's Women's 7s Rugby team as their Team Leader. We couldn't be more proud of her and we are excited to share her experience with you along the way....

Imagine you’re a linebacker faced with tackling a strong running back. He’s barreling full speed toward you. And he’s big. You want to tackle him, but if you use your head to slow him down he might give you a concussion....

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

June 04, 2016 - Ever since he changed his ways of teaching tackling techniques in 2014 by following the lead of Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and introducing to his Ohio State charges a shoulder-leverage tackling...

December 31, 2016 - Holly Rowe of espnW talks with Ohio State and Ole Miss players about a new tackling technique that is more effective and safe.

Head injuries and concussions have become a major concern in football in...

September 9, 2015 - Seattle was already an epicenter for rugby-inspired tackling methods. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll champions the cause with his “Hawk Tackle” video, and Washington coaches, after experimenting with some...

August 30, 2015 - Growing up in West Texas, Rex Norris Jr., knew nothing about rugby football. The only football Norris understood was the type his father taught for most of his life as an assistant coach in the college...