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All Blacks Profiles - Carl Hayman Television (Full Length) – 2007 Sport Documentary

All Blacks Profiles - Carl Hayman

Television (Full Length) – 2007 Sport Documentary

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This 2007 pre-World Cup interview travels to Opunake, the hometown of All Black Carl Hayman. Hayman talks candidly about joining his school 1st XV (King's High) and being inspired by the early 90s “golden era” of Otago rugby; of the euphoria of finally scoring a try for the All Blacks; attending his first ABs press conference in true Otago style (wearing jandals and a woollen jersey); and being a large surfer. Hayman, then-widely adjudged the world’s premier tighthead prop, would later controversially remove himself from All Black contention by playing in Europe.

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James Gemmell

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We were a bit short on Props that year.
– Carl Hayman jokes about joining his school 1st XV