Greaux Rugby Show: Akinola Raymond of Rugby United New York

Akinola Raymond has been an up-and-coming rugby star on the pitch. Originally from Lagos, Nigeria, Akinola found rugby and has been a dynamic player. He’s best known for his excessive speed, which led to him getting picked up by the Major League Rugby team, Rugby United New York. His speed on the field has also translated to his creating a popular social media following with over 1 million plus followers, where he is known for his dark comedy and activist takes.  

Developing Rugby featuring Ada Milby, Naya Tapper, Charity Williams, Phil Thiel and Rashad Lipford (Episode 61) Greaux Rugby Show with Gift 'GiftTime' Egbelu

This week we bring a special episode of the Greaux Rugby Show. We're featuring some of our past guests, who have talked to us on developing and learning from opportunities that they have had presented to them.  Sponsored by: Rugby Outlet Mall 20% off all GiftTime Rugby and HBCU Rugby Classic merch with promo code, 'GREAUX RUGBY' Singapore To Tokyo: Anyway We Can Follow the journey of two men who bike ride through Southeast Asia on their way to the 2019 Rugby World Cup Green Geeks Get access to one of the best and eco-friendly web hosting platforms in the world. You can create your own e-commerce store, websites, and more with ease. Don't allow yourself to only be at the mercy of social media. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gifttimerugby/support
  1. Developing Rugby featuring Ada Milby, Naya Tapper, Charity Williams, Phil Thiel and Rashad Lipford (Episode 61)
  2. Tamara Van Leeuwen, President of Curaçao Rugby Federation (Episode 60)
  3. Brandon Davis of Dallas Reds Rugby (Episode 59)
  4. Jenn Salomon of Mexico Rugby Women's National Team (Episode 58)
  5. Theo Henry, Head Coach for Guyana Rugby (Episode 57)

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Singapore To Tokyo: Anyway We Can 

Follow the journey of two men who bike ride through Southeast Asia on their way to the 2019 Rugby World Cup

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