On Wednesday 1st February, Canterbury and the Georgia Rugby Union officially launched the new teamwear partnership in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Berghaus is celebrating after its latest product innovation won a major international award, the company’s tenth in four years. The new Berghaus Hyper 100 jacket won a gold in the apparel category of the 2016 OutDoor Industry Awards, the highest level of award presented.
Canterbury have teamed up with the nation’s leading rugby experts and professional players to host a unique training experience in London, where Canterbury’s most committed fans assembled to take part in a training session specifically engineered to improve rugby performance.
Berghaus has extended the scope of its product sustainability programme for summer 2016 with the launch of Made Kind.
The new office supports openness, improves communication and leads Berghaus to victory at The 2016 British Council for Offices Awards.
Mick Fowler and Paul Ramsden have been awarded Piolets d’Or for their first ascent of Gave Ding in far west Nepal. Their latest accolade means that Fowler and Ramsden are the first team to win Piolets d’Or on three occasions.
Saturday 27 February was a day to remember for 100 school children who, as part of the All Schools initiative, welcomed the players on the pitch before the RBS 6 Nations England v Ireland match at Twickenham Stadium.
CANTERBURY ANNOUNCES ENGLAND RUGBY CAPTAIN, DYLAN HARTLEY, AS THEIR NEWEST BRAND AMBASSADOR
Berghaus celebrates relaunch of Extrem with ISPO Gold Award
Mick Fowler makes first ascent of Kishtwar Kailash