Who captained the All Blacks in the 2011 World Cup?

Who captained the All Blacks in the 2011 World Cup?

Richie McCaw
Richie McCaw, in full Richard Hugh McCaw, (born December 31, 1980, Oamaru, North Otago district, South Island, New Zealand), New Zealand rugby player who competed in a world-record 148 Test (international) matches and led his country’s national team, the All Blacks, to two Rugby Union World Cups (2011 and 2015).

Who won 2011 RWC final?

New Zealand national rugby union team
2011 Rugby World Cup Final/Champion

Who scored the first try in the 2011 World Cup?

First half From a line-out in the French 22, Tony Woodcock received the ball and broke through a hole in the French defence to score his first try of the World Cup.

Where was the 2011 Rugby World Cup?

New Zealand
2011 Rugby World Cup/Location

Who were the All Black captains?

Sam Whitelock
New Zealand national rugby union team/Captains

Who is the fastest man in rugby union?

Rugby’s fastest 15s players (reported recorded top speeds)

  • Christian Wade: 11.2 m/s.
  • Adam Radwan 10.85 m/s.
  • Kieran Marmion 10.7 m/s.
  • Rieko Ioane 10.69 m/s.
  • Jesse Mogg: 10.6 m/s.
  • Jonny May: 10.59 m/s.
  • Louis Rees-Zammit: 10.5 m/s.
  • Aaron Sexton: 10.5 m/s. Read More. Related Articles.

How many captains have the All Blacks had this year?

four captains
The All Blacks have employed four captains this year with Aaron Smith, Brodie Retallick, Savea and Whitelock sharing the role but as they approach a testing northern tour they are keen to adopt a more settled presence.

Who was All Black No 1?

As of 23 October 2021, 1199 players have been All Blacks. The “first” All Black was James Allan, which was decided by alphabetical order, while the most recent All Black is Josh Lord — #1199….List.

Name James Allan
Year of debut 1884
Total matches 8
Test caps 0
Total points 6

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