The Road to Glory Podcast


The Road to Glory aired weekly during the inaugural season in early 2020 on popular podcast streaming websites.  It quickly became OG supporter’s favorite way to consume game highlights, team analysis, interviews, and behind-the-scenes content.  2020 Hosts Brianna “Bri” Kim and Roland “Roly” Pratt will return this season for weekly podcast episodes airing Thursday evenings throughout the Major League Rugby (MLR) season.

Bri and Roly will cover all that is rugby on The Road to Glory. The duo will tackle men’s and women’s rugby in all of its forms – international, domestic, collegiate, 7’s, youth, MLR, and of course Old Glory DC!  For long-form interviews, expert analysis, features, and in-depth coverage of Old Glory DC and rugby taking place in the DMV, listen to The Road To Glory weekly on your favorite podcast hosting website. Go to for more details on how you can engage with DC’s first professional rugby franchise.

How to listen

The Road to Glory Podcast returns for season three in early January 2022 to popular streaming websites such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Pod Bean.

Submit your questions

Fun-submitted questions are our favorite part of the show. To ask a question to Bri and Roly, please email

About the players of The Road to Glory Podcast


Brianna “Bri” Kim is the Old Glory U19 Girls Academy assistant coach and plays both 15s and 7s for NOVA WRFC.  Bri was co-captain of the 2019 NOVA team that won the Division 1 club national championship, where she was named MVP.  A graduate of the University of Virginia, she was a Junior All-American and two time Collegiate All-American.  Bri captained the USA Under-20s in the 2014 Can-Am series and continues to play for select sides Atlantis, and the Capital Selects.  Off the rugby pitch, Bri is currently a pursuing an MBA at Harvard University.

Roland Pratt was the 2018 mid-Atlantic coach of the year. He has been to the U.S. Nationals as a coach in 15s and 7s.  Hailing from Donegal, Ireland, Roland played for Buncrana, Inishowen, Derry, and the Wanderers before moving to the U.S.  He played and coached the Washington Renegades, winning the Capital and MAC championships multiple times.  He is currently a level-300 coach with USA Rugby, the Old Glory Capital Selects team manager, and the Beltway Elite 7s selects founder, current manager, and coach.

Jeffrey Jose will serve as producer for The Road to Glory Podcast.  Jeff is a six-year rugby veteran at prop and hooker, and describes himself as “the oldest rookie on the pitch.”  Outside of The Road to Glory, Jeff is the host of the Breaking Rugby podcast and president of the Frederick Men’s Rugby Football Club.