THE MOST SUCCESSFUL CAPTAIN IN WORLD RUGBY HISTORY, IN HIS OWN WORDS
Richie McCaw, Rugby World Cup winning captain and the New Zealand All Black's most capped player of all time, is unquestionably the greatest player of his generation. He is arguably the most talented player of all time.
In his bestselling autobiography, McCaw talks with brutal honesty about the roots of his family life that defined his character and how it gave him the strength to emerge from the lowest moment in his career to lift the Webb Ellis Cup, and become the most successful captain world rugby has ever seen.
As the first captain to successfully defend the World Cup, McCaw has set the standard of what a professional rugby player should be. Hugely popular and respected, his sheer presence means that he is a natural leader both on and off the pitch and his story is not just a brutal account of life on the front line, but an exhilarating portrait of modern rugby.
Richie McCaw is widely regarded as the best rugby union player of his generation and arguably the most talented of all time. He made his debut for the All Blacks in 2001 and won seven Tri Nations titles, completed three successful Grand Slam tours and won the Bledisloe Cup eight times, as well as the 2011 and 2015 Rugby World Cup. He is the most capped test rugby player of all time, and won the World Rugby player of the year award a joint record three times. In November 2015, he accounced his retirement from rugby union.