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Super Typhoon Hagibis may be strongest to hit Japan in decades, 2 Rugby World Cup games canceled

Credit: FOXNews.com- Published on October 10, 2019
A powerful super typhoon is taking aim at mainland Japan this weekend, threatening to bring torrential rains and strong winds as major sports events and flights have already been canceled Thursday and officials warned of "freak waves" that could strike the coast.
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Video credit: World Rugby
Published on October 10, 2019 -  01:11
Rugby World Cup Tournament Director Alan Gilpin updates on RWC 2019
World Rugby COO and #RWC2019 Tournament Director Alan Gilpin gives an update regarding the predicted impact of Typhoon Hagibis on this weekend’s pool matches at Rugby World Cup 2019.

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