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John Eales

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Part two: John Eales joins WWOS for a look back a the Wallabies' World Cup win

4BC Wide World of Sports Podcast

It's been 30 years since the Wallabies won the 1991 World Cup, in what was a history-making event.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


3 Nov 2021

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TWS Sports Podcast - John Eales

TWS Sports Podcast

This week on the TWS Sports Podcast we are joined by the former Australian Rugby World Cup winning captain John Eales. John won the World Cup for the first time with Australia in 1991 and then again as captain in 1999. This is a great chat about rugby, the career of one of Australia's greatest ever players and so much more. This podcast is hosted by autistic teenagers from a special school in the UK. Here are the links to our social media platforms, website and podcast - https://linktr.ee/twssportspodcast


26 Oct 2021

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Former Wallabies Captain John Eales | 6/10/21

Mornings with Matt White

Former Wallabies Captain John Eales joined Matty to discuss his new role with Sports Australia Hall of Fame mentorship program and discuss the recent form of the Wallabies.


6 Oct 2021

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John Eales; Wallabies Legend - mentor Australia's next generation of stars

RSN Breakfast Club

The SAHOF has announced a Scholarship and Mentoring Program for 2022 which will see five Olympic champions and one of rugby’s greatest ever players mentor Australia’s next generation of stars. Wallabies legend John Eales is one who will volunteer his time over 14 months


5 Oct 2021

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#4 - Wallaby legend John Eales

The Big Stiff Podcast

Former Australia captain John Eales is one of a select group of players to have won two Rugby World Cups, in 1991, aged just 21, and as captain in 1999. A towering second-row, Eales was not only an outstanding lineout expert and great ball player, but also a formidable kicker of the ball. With 173 points to his name, he remains the highest point scoring forward in the history of the game. Among his most memorable kicks was a late match-winner from the touchline to win the Bledisloe Cup in 2000. Eales, who made over a century of appearances for Queensland, made his test debut against Wales in his hometown of Brisbane in 1991 and went on to earn 86 caps over the next decade. At the time of his retirement, Eales was the most-capped second-row in history.


18 Aug 2021

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The man who's definitely not a 'Nobody' | John Eales

Sport & Life with Sam Kekovich and Leon Wiegard

John Eales AM is an Australian former Rugby Union player and the most successful captain in the history of Australian rugby. In 1999, he became one of the first players to win multiple Rugby World Cups.  We chat with him about his career beginnings, his favourite grounds to play on and what are the keys to success not just in sport, but in life.


9 Feb 2021

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John Eales; Wallabies Legend - RSN Legends Series

RSN Breakfast Club

John Eales is one of the most successful captain in the history of Australian rugby. In 1999, he became one of the first players to win multiple Rugby World Cups. He is the highest scoring forward in Test rugby history. Eales' 86 caps make him the fourth most capped forward in Australia's Test rugby history, and joint 9th on the overall list


27 Oct 2020

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17. The Help Side - SPECIAL EDITION - John Eales

The Help Side

#TheHelpSide This week we’ve got our first ‘Special Edition’ as our interviewee is not actually a hockey player. That being said, listeners of the show will know that he’s already been a fixture of the Help Side, and it seemed fitting that we get John Eales on the show to give us his side of the story Mick McCann told about that night after the Kookaburra’s gold medal win in Athens.  Without any shadow of an overstatement, John Eales can rightly be called one of Australia’s greatest sporting heroes. Between 1991 and 2001, John represented Australia’s Rugby Union team, the Wallabies, in 86 test matches, and was captain for 55 of those. He went to three World Cups, and in winning two of those, John played a role in establishing the Wallabies of the 90s as one of Australia’s most successful sporting teams and has become known as one of Australia’s most successful sporting captains, ever.  I was lucky enough to sit down with John over a cup of tea and a coffee and discuss some of the highs and lows of his sporting career, and what it took to elevate that Wallabies team to legend status. In this interview, you’ll hear John’s account of his dealings with hockey over the years, as well as a slightly different perspective of the Games, that of an Olympic Athlete Liason Officer.  With trademark humility, John talks about dealing with pressure as both an athlete and a captain, and what separates the great teams from the good. Finally, having been involved with rugby during the transitional period from amateur to professional, we discuss some of the challenges that brings, and where hockey might learn from the experiences of rugby union, should follow similarly down that path. This is the Help Side of John Eales AM, enjoy


1 Oct 2020

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John Eales: People look to sport to be able to turn off from the real world

The Devlin Radio Show

Martin Devlin chats to former Wallabies great John Eales, ahead of the final of Super Rugby Australia as well as a Rugby Championship in Australia to look forward to.


19 Sep 2020

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DSL Hour 1 | Dell Rips The Brisbane Broncos To Shreds, Jude Stitches Up Gussy + UFC Champ Alex Volkanovski & Rugby G.O.A.T John Eales Join The Show

The Dead Set Legends Catch Up - Triple M Sydney - Gus, Jude & Wendell

DSL Hour 1 | Dell Rips The Brisbane Broncos To Shreds, Jude Stitches Up Gussy + UFC Champ Alex Volkanovski & Rugby G.O.A.T John Eales Join The ShowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


18 Jul 2020