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Ex-England International lock and British & Irish Lion, Nigel Horton has been appointed as a Rugby Ambassador for Aramis.
Nigel started his career as a player at Moseley Rugby Club and went on to represent England Rugby, winning 20 caps and was part of the British Lions Team on their tour to New Zealand. He played for many top clubs across England and France, including Moseley RFC and Toulouse, some of which he also captained. He spent 15 years in France as a player/coach and finally as Director of Rugby.
Speaking of this appointment, CEO of Aramis Rugby, Vikas Mahajan said "It is an honour to have Nigel as part of the Aramis Rugby family. Nigel is a known authority on the art of scrummaging and brings with him a wealth of practical knowledge which will be hugely beneficial to the future development of the Aramis Rugby digital scrum machines ".
Aramis manufacture scrum machines at their factory in Devon, England and are one of the leading exporters of scrum machines worldwide. Nigel Horton was equally enthused about his association with Aramis and said
I am pleased to be a Rugby Ambassador for Aramis who have a such a long and established history in manufacturing world class scrum machines. The theme throughout the range of machines has been the ability to measure both the pack and the individual’s performance. This is crucial in the safe development of all players. The top of the range machines have digital clocks, giving the coaching staff instant feedback. I look forward to continuing this tradition and developing further range of machines which enhance the analytical capabilities.
Full range of Aramis Rugby Scrum Machines can be viewed HERE