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Sam

Warburton OBE

Sam Warburton OBE has had a rugby career like no other, setting records and achievements that will likely never be broken or matched.

Since becoming Wales’ youngest ever Captain at 22-years-old, going on to lead them to their highest ever finish at the 2011 Rugby World Cup, Sam won 74 caps for Wales, including a record 49 as Captain.

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His International career included leading Wales to another Rugby World Cup in 2015, captaining them to a Grand Slam in 2012 and their first back-to-back Six Nations Championship wins in over 30 years.

Even with his outstanding achievements in a Wales shirt, it is perhaps as a British and Irish Lion Sam is best known.

From becoming their youngest ever Captain at 24, for the 2013 tour to Australia, Sam led the side to their first...

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