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Day in the life of a top rugby player by David Clarke
September 29, 2009, 7:55 am
Filed under: Dan Cottrell, Rugby Fitness, Rugby Skills | Tags: , , ,

Openside flanker Tanuerau Latimer, or “Lats”, gives us an insight into some of the training he does with the All Blacks.

I have followed Lats’ career with special interest after I coached him for half a season when he came over on a rugby exchange at the school I used to teach at. He was only 15, but his playing ability and strength was outstanding. He didn’t look big on the pitch, but few will forget being tackled by him.

What impressed me most about him:
1. His dedication to his personal health and welfare.
2. His constant strive to find better ways to win at the breakdown.
3. His demeanour on and off the pitch. He was calm and yet ruthless.

He loved playing rugby. He inspired others around him. I can only say that I facilitated his development in the short time I was coaching him.

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