Wales bring out baby oil to prepare for humid World Cup

FILE PHOTO: Wales head coach Warren Gatland, shown in a file photo watching his side prepare ahead of a test, will step down after the World Cup and return home to New Zealand. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden/File Photo

(Reuters) – Dealing with the extreme humidity during the World Cup in Japan will not be child’s play for any team, so Wales are keen to avoid slip-ups by splashing baby oil on rugby balls in training. Warren Gatland’s side begin their campaign against Georgia on Sept. 23, and lubricated balls are one of the […]

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