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Typhoon Hagibis Rugby World Cup latest as Japan waits to see how tournament will be hit

Credit: Wales Online- Published 2 weeks ago
Typhoon Hagibis is on course to hit Japan and could affect Rugby World Cup matches, though the typhoon's exact course is not yet clear
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Credit: Reuters - Sports
Published 2 weeks ago -  01:02
Japan prepares as super typhoon approaches
Japan battens down the hatches as approaching super typhoon leads to Rugby World Cup match cancellations.

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