David Campese is a household name in rugby. Many view David as one of the greatest and most entertaining rugby players to have ever graced the rugby field. Representing Australia for 15 years and new south wales for 11 years, he achieved and until recently, held the world record for the most tries in a test match (64) for 15 years.
To add to his credentials, he was first man in Australian history to play 101 tests for his country. He has received numerous awards since his retirement from rugby, including being made an AM of Australia, 1991 RWC Player of the Tournament, Rugby Centurions Award, Induction into the International Rugby Hall of Fame, to name a few.
Despite being retired for over 15 years, David’s resounding impact on the game is still evident in his controversial yet consistently accurate opinion on the game which continues to entertain and resonate throughout the international rugby world.
He has written 6 books and continues to be featured in numerous other publications.
He is very active on social media and has a large following on Twitter.
David currently travels the world as a Guest Speaker for Corporate and Rugby Hospitality Events as well as offering his coaching expertise to clubs, teams and schools.
He currently lives in Durban, South Africa With his wife and 3 children.