David Campese is a Rugby World Cup winner. He was voted player of the tournament when he won the event in 1991 with Australia.
David was capped 101 times by the Wallabies and he scored a then World Record of 64 tries.
On this week’s ‘Best in the World with Richard Parr’, David talks about the time he spent with the late All-Blacks legend Jonah Lomu, the importance of making mistakes but learning from them and his pre-match routine.
The Australian also tells Richard the importance of executing the basic skills of rugby correctly. And you can find more details on that with his apps on his website: davidcampese.com.
He also talks about how he uses and gets in to trouble with social media and his twitter is: @davidcampese11.