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Adventurers saddle up for seven-month cycle to World Cup

SBS Saturday, 2 February 2019
LONDON (Reuters) - With a little under seven months until the Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan, most fans intending to be at the tournament are just about finalising their travel plans, but South African adventurer Ron Rutland set off for Tokyo on Saturday.
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