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Tragic News As One Of Rugby's Greatest Kicking Routines Is No More

Tragic News As One Of Rugby's Greatest Kicking Routines Is No More
By Conor O'Leary

The Dan Biggar Macarena. One of the most entertaining aspects of rugby that has nothing to do with rugby.

We may never see it again.

The Welsh outhalf, the choreographer of the infamous 'Biggarena' routine, unveiled the fidgety pre-kick at the World Cup and got some flak for it, including some opponents mimicing it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6174jK9fjvM

Biggar now says that he's going to tone it down, and has a new pre-kick routine. Boo urns. Speaking to Wales Online, Biggar said:

It's a little less involved than it was before.

There was so much highlighting of it during the World Cup, so I've looked at it and tried to simplify it.

It's a little more straightforward so maybe I won't take as much flak from people as before.

It's still all about making myself comfortable on the ball. The main thing is that the kicks go over. That's the bottom line.

It's a tragic end to something that was a little different, and a little entertaining.

We'll still have the videos though:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLQwsK7_pyE

Can we blame this on the state of the referees in the Pro 12 too?

[Wales Online]

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See Also: Great Scenes As Bakkies Botha Takes The Piss Out Of Dan Biggar Vs Argentina

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