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All Blacks, 1905

All Blacks, 1905
The Original All Blacks established the patterns for all to follow, showing that while the birth of rugby may have been in Britain, its real development was in New Zealand.

All Blacks, 1924

All Blacks, 1924
They were described, by 1905 hooker George Tyler no less, as the weakest team New Zealand had fielded.

All Blacks, 1987

All Blacks, 1987
It was fitting, given that New Zealand was one of the countries that pushed hardest for the introduction of the World Cup, that the first cup was won by the All Blacks.

Fred Allen

Fred Allen
Fred Allen had a distinguished career as a rugby player, including being All Black captain, but it was as a coach that he gained an unmatched status.

Chris Amon

Chris Amon
Chris Amon was regarded as one of the best drivers never to win a world championship Formula One grand prix.

Gary Anderson

Gary Anderson
For years, New Zealand cyclists were highly competitive without breaking through at the highest level. And then along came Gary Anderson.

Hugh Anderson

During an international motorcycling career that spanned four decades, Hugh Anderson won four world championships and 19 national titles.

Richard Arnst

Richard Arnst
Dick Arnst was a well-known successful cyclist early this century but it was in his second sporting career, as a single sculler, that he became nationally and internationally known.

Anne Audain

Anne Audain
Anne Audain is a fighter.

Sporting Spotlight

All Blacks, 1924

1924

They were described, by 1905 hooker George Tyler no less, as the weakest team New Zealand had fielded.
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