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Join us every week when we’ll speak to the legends of the game to talk about their favourite moments, hardest challenges, those who inspired them, what they learnt, their advice for the next generation of fans and players and of course, the moment that they became a Rugby Centurion.

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Join us every week when we’ll speak to the legends of the game to talk about their favourite moments, hardest challenges, those who inspired them, what they learnt, their advice for the next generation of fans and players and of course, the moment that they became a Rugby Centurion.

    Tamara Taylor

    Tamara Taylor

    You don’t win 115 international caps for England without demonstrating all the qualities of the Rugby Centurions. A World Cup winner but also having lost in the final three times, the dedication to her country for no financial gain, the fight for equality in a male dominated environment, Tamara Taylor has been there and done that and is still doing it! Everything considered though, perhaps her biggest challenge came in 2019 when, despite having a fear of heights, she was part of a team that that set a new World Record for the highest game of rugby ever played, at over 20,000 feet near the summit of Mount Everest.

    Rugby Centurions Website - https://rugbycenturions.com/podcast
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    • 51 min
    Brian O'Driscoll

    Brian O'Driscoll

    Welcome to our first show of 2021 and we’re thrilled to kick off Series 2 with one of the greatest players of all-time, Ireland and Lions legend Brian O’Driscoll.

    The Dublin born centre is the fourth most-capped player in rugby union history with 141 appearances over a stellar 15 year international career. He captained Ireland on 83 occasions and also led the Lions on their tour to New Zealand in 2005. The holder of numerous records within the sport he remains one of the most recognisable and respected figures across the rugby world. These days Brian can be seen on tv and when’s he’s away from the spotlight, juggling newborn baby duties and homeschooling his two older children, but we began our chat by looking back to when he reached that landmark 100th cap milestone back in 2009 and what it meant to him.

    • 51 min
    Best Of Series 1

    Best Of Series 1

    A stellar guest list joins us to look back over some of the highlights from series 1 of the Rugby Centurions Podcast. Over the course of this programme we'll hear John Smit and Richie McCaw talk about Resilience, Jamie Heaslip and Gareth Thomas speak about Courage, Sarah Hunter and Gonçalo Uva discuss Selfless Commitment, Matt Giteau, Bryan Habana and Jason Leonard talk about Respect and Sergio Parisse and George Gregan tackle the subject of Leadership. To round off proceedings, some of the players speak about the best advice they were given during their career and in life post-rugby.

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    • 34 min
    Sergio Parisse

    Sergio Parisse

    A true modern-day gladiator, Sergio Parisse is widely considered as one of the greatest number eights to play the game and is without question the finest Italian rugby player of the modern generation. With 142 appearances for the Azzurri he is the third-most capped player of all time and has played in a record-equalling five Rugby World Cups. Having recently welcomed his baby daughter Emily into the world alongside her two elder siblings, we began by chatting about how testing life has been on all levels.

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    • 41 min
    Matt Giteau

    Matt Giteau

    Matt Giteau made his international debut as a 20-year-old in 2002 before he had even played a Super Rugby match and for the past 18 years his talent and dedication has seen him light up stadiums from Toulon to Tokyo and most places in-between. 103 caps for the Wallabies, two Rugby World Cup finals and numerous domestic titles across three continents he set the standard as one of rugby’s new age travellers and that journey might not be quite finished, but we began this podcast by uncorking his first venture into business away from the pitch, Backline Wines!

    • 57 min
    Bryan Habana

    Bryan Habana

    Bryan Habana blazed his way to rugby greatness in a stellar 14 year international career, scoring an incredible 67 tries for the Springboks in 124 appearances. World Cup, Tri-Nations, Super Rugby, Currie Cup, French Championship, European Cup his list of honours is almost without equal, but also. how many other players have competed in a head-to head race against a cheetah? In this exclusive conversation, Bryan talks about the ultimate high of the 2007 Rugby World Cup victory, his experiences as a spectator at the 1995 World Cup in South Africa, his mentors, his heroes, life after rugby and that most dangerous of races against the fastest land mammal on earth.

    Apple Podcasts - https://apple.co/3j29W9r
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    Spotify - https://spoti.fi/342vQ6a
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    Rugby Centurions Website - https://rugbycenturions.com/podcast/

    • 57 min

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