Two time Rugby World Cup winner, three-time international rugby player of the year, all-time international leading points scorer, winner of franchise rugby competitions in three continents, BBC Sports Personality of the Year, (underwear model?) – All Blacks legend Dan Carter is the biggest superstar in rugby history. Pitch Productions presents the story of Carter’s remarkable career and his quest to overcome the heartbreak of past tournaments to achieve glory in the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Interviews with Richie McCaw, Jonny Wilkinson, Beauden Barrett, Carter’s family and many more, provide an intimate insight into Carter the man and his journey from rural New Zealand to becoming the greatest number 10 of all time.
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