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Dear Exiles feedback,
I have been living and playing rugby here in Chicago for some 4 years now - it's great!
Players here are interested in the 6 Nations, but getting it on TV is another thing all together.
Most of us pack into the 3 bars down town that show it, braving the minus temperatures that a cold Chicago morning has to offer. -
We have touring sides here on a regular basis in the summer from the UK and we as a club recently returned from a tour of New Zealand.
The standards here vary wildly depending on the division, but on the whole standards seem to improve season by season, fitness levels is the huge benefit of playing and training in the USA.
There is a huge interest in the game here, when people see it for the first time - the most common comment is that they prefer to watch it to American Football.
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Dawn M. Barclift mailed to say:
I regularly visit your site from Washington, DC, USA. Rugby is, alas! not very popular here; but if you do some searching, you can find about three places around in the DC suburbs which will be televising the Six Nations.
What little folks here do know of rugby is usually All Blacks or Springboks stuff.
Richard thomas Hardwick is living the dream...
I live in CastellàƒÂ³n de la plana in Spain, With my Spainsh wife.
From the fans I've spoken to, there's a lot of respect and surprise that such a small country and such a tiny population such as Cymru, can turn out a world class side.
France and Italy are favoured sides of the six nations because of the Latin connection.
There's a lot of support over here for minority languages, as many regions in Spain have a language of their own. Just like us. Bath am cymru.
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