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Racing 92 post terrifying new training video that has Champions Cup rivals worried
By Rugby Onslaught

Racing 92 post terrifying new training video that has Champions Cup rivals worried

Racing 92 have today posted this insane training montage from their base in Paris as they look ahead to the Top 14 restart.

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The French club has posted some brilliant footage from their pre-season over the last few days but things got SERIOUS in this newest 2-minute post.

The video featured some of the biggest stars in European rugby as they were put through their paces.

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This gruelling training montage shows just how intense top tier pre-seasons get as we see players being put through rigorous fitness testing.

The video features some star names in French Rugby including Maxime Marchenaud, Virimi Vakatawa and Teddy Thomas.

The Parisian based club have had an outstanding Champions Cup campaign so far and will meet Clermont in the quarter-final stage of the competition which will be held on the 19th September.

Watch this insane training montage below

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🚴‍♂️🚣‍♂️🏃‍♂️🏋️💪 = 🥵* *Relais crossfit pour bien finir la semaine #RacingFamily #WorldEmojiDay2020

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