With more than a century of caps for Australia, David Campese was an electric back-three player for the Wallabies.
Known for his trademark goose-step, there were very few players in the history of the game that could bring a crowd to their feet like Campese.
A cross-code player, Campese was also a prolific Rugby Sevens player performing at multiple Hong Kong Sevens competitions and was awarded the Leslie Williams Award for Player of the Tournament in 1988.
He also appeared in 3 world cups, winning it in 1991, and in doing so was named the Player of the Tournament.
We could talk about the great man for hours on end, but it’ll be easier just to check out the footage instead: