Chris and Suzanne Styles have a passion for Rugby
In the build up to the Rugby World Cup 2019, Suzanne tasked Chris to research the co-joined numerical blueprints of the captain and coach of the top teams, and the host nation. The Springboks had won the recent Rugby Championship played between the All Blacks, Australia, Argentina and South Africa. She wanted to test if the model could accurately predict certain outcomes for the tournament. The results were eyeopening and they felt they had to publish the results as the RWC 2019 Case Studies series of blogs.
The Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan was supposed to be a tournament dominated by the mightyAll Blacks, with many rugby experts and fans predicting their third consecutive Webb Ellis trophy. But in a stunning turn of events, the South African Springboks comprehensively defeated the much-fancied England team in the final, causing shockwaves throughout the rugby world.
Our research predicted that Japan would play in the Quarter Finals
However, for those who had access to the RWC 2019 Case Studies on the respective team Captain and Coach, the outcome of the tournament was not so surprising. These RWC 2019 case studies revealed that New Zealand was never going to win, that Australia posed no significant threat, and that the Springboks would play England in the final and come out victorious. They even predicted that Japan would beat Scotland in their crucial pool game to progress to the quarter-finals.
These RWC 2019 case studies may seem incredible, but they demonstrate the power of co-joined intelligent numerical blueprints. By utilising these blueprints, teams can gain valuable insights into their opponents, plan winning strategies, and ultimately come out on top. The success of the Springboks in RWC 2019 is a testament to the power of these case studies and demonstrates how they can provide a winning edge in sports tournaments and other competitive events.