It was 99 Super Rugby games ago since Daniel Carter first played his Crusaders debut against the Hurricanes back in 2003. Tomorrow DC will once again suit-up and start the game against the Hurricanes making it his 100th Super Rugby match as he continues to forge his already extensive winning legacy.
Join the Crusaders in some of the pillar moments in DC's amazing rugby career. For more Crusaders videos go to youtube.com/user/CrusadersSuperRugby/videos
Produced by Whero Films.
Edited by James 'Red' McLeod.
Match footage courtesy of Sky TV New Zealand.
Music ‘Watch Out’ by Paul Avgerinos & ‘When the sunshine comes’ by Kero One.
“He is a tower of strength to the All Blacks and New Zealand rugby and is the ultimate professional. Professionalism which has been honed over 17 years of top-level football. On the field he has a hard edge, both physically and mentally, and he gives his all to his team-mates. Off field, he unobtrusively ensures others are progressing well. He is an inspiration,” - All Blacks Coach, Graham Henry
36 year old Brad Thorn is regarded as one of the hardest working athletes in the game today. His message is that this work ethic did not come about by luck or chance, but simply by making the decision to apply oneself.
Filmed during Brad's lead up training to New Zealand's 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Part 2 can be found on the following link, but unlike part 1 is very specific to the work Brad does in the gym. You can witness firsthand the intense routine Brad has refined over the years along with some tips and advice for any aspiring athletes curious to learn what goes into building a world-class lock