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THROUGH THE EYES OF A SPORTING LEGEND

THIS EVENT IS BEING OFFERED FREE OF CHARGE DURING COVID19, WITH LIMITED SPACE. AN OPPORTUNITY TO DONATE TO LAUREUS SPORT FOR GOOD DURING THIS CRISIS. 

LIVE STREAM: 6.30 – 7.30pm on Wednesday, 6 May.

"HEAR FROM ONE OF THE GREATEST ALL-BLACKS WHO HAS EVER LIVED!

Event Topics Include:

– How to Win
– Handling Pressure
– How to Inspire
– Effective Leadership
– The Haka
– Putting on the All-Blacks Jersey
– Greatest Moments
– Overcoming Adversity
– Laureus Sport For Good

 

Laureus World Academy Member Sean Fitzpatrick and former England Cricketer, Chris Cowdrey.

Sean Fitzpatrick is recognised as one of the greatest rugby players of all time.

Sean was a member of the team who won the 1987 Rugby World Cup. Incredibly, Sean missed only two Test matches over the next decade, becoming one of New Zealand’s most capped players ever.

Fitzpatrick also holds the world record for playing in 63 consecutive Test matches. He was appointed captain of the All Blacks in 1992 and played in 121 international matches, including 92 Test matches, captaining the All Blacks a staggering 51 times and played in 74 Test match victories.

Fitzpatrick proved his qualities as one of Rugby's greatest ever leaders. It came as no surprise that he was named as hooker in Rugby World magazine’s Team of the Century.

Now an active rugby pundit and newspaper columnist, Sean has written an inspirational book 'Winning Matters' discussing how playing the game at the highest level can be applied in the workplace.

We are delighted to be supporting 'Laureus Sport For Good using the power of sport to end violence, disadvantage & discrimination.'