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Richie McCaw: Tackle Techniques Trailer Posted about 5 years ago

To celebrate the start of the World Cup, we are releasing Richie McCaw’s latest video on Tackle Technique.

Get some inside tips direct from Richie on how to improve your tackle technique and tackle attitude.

As a sneak peak before Friday, check out the trailer now:

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_Graham Henry on Richie McCaw:_ Very modest and very intelligent with seven straight A's in his first year at university. An outstanding number 7, the only man to win the IRB player of the year on three occasions. He leads by example, he sets objectives, he has the respect of the troops and a great feel for the moment. Up there with Wilson Whineray, Brian Lochore, Graham Mourie, Buck Shelford and Sean Fitzpatrick as one of the great post war captains of New Zealand rugby. He is a very special man.

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