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  2. Part two of two from this full length episode.

Synopsis

Clark Gayford spends a day with the All Blacks' star first five-eighth. A thoroughly modern rugby player, Dan Carter talks about his underwear commercials and is seen in his Italian clothing store and being made up with fake sweat for a photo shoot. The flip side is an unwavering commitment to his craft and a training and fitness regime that leaves Gayford gasping. Carter recalls his father building him goalposts in the backyard when he was a boy — and he demonstrates the goal kicking technique that has made him the All Blacks’ leading points scorer.

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 Jim Greenhough
 Jason Latta
 Peter Metcalf

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 Danila Bublik

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Quotes

The first couple of years, I didn’t think this was part of playing rugby. There’s probably a lot of ex-rugby players that still think that. 
They give me a bit of flak but fair enough. I’d give them stick if they were doing it - but then you just give them some free undies and that shuts them up.