The 2023 Rugby World Cup saw South Africa become only the second team in history to win the tournament back-to-back (or Bokke to Bokke). The Springboks emulated New Zealand’s heroics of 2011 and 2015, and wrote their way into the history books.
Throughout Rugby World Cup’s 10 iterations, just South Africa, New Zealand and Australia have won the tournament more than once. South Africa now lead the all-time wins with four, New Zealand have won three and Australia have lifted the Web Ellis trophy twice.
Throughout these triumphs, 44 men’s players have been apart of two Rugby World Cup winning squads. This quiz is the ultimate test for Rugby World Cup fans, to see if you can name all 44 players that boast two winners medals.
Also, to make things even trickier, one of these players only featured one the pitch at one tournament, and was a late yet unused call-up a following competition. (Here’s a hint, he’s a Springbok centre).
Please note: an autocorrect glitch has stopped our quiz from recognising ‘Damian Willemse’ as an answer so please input ‘Damien Willemse’ instead.