David Ian Campese was born on the 21st October 1962. He is a former Rugby Union player from Australia who has contributed his best to the team in winning various international matches as well as earning numerous accolades.
David received the most prestigious “Player of the Tournament” award in the Rugby World Cup 1991, held in England, Paris, Cardiff, Toulouse and many other cities.
His name was inducted into the Sports Australia Hall of Fame in the year 1997.
Received the Australian Sports Medal in the year 2000
Also, received the honorary Centenary Medal from the Australian Government in 2001
Inducted into the Rugby Hall of Fame in 2002
Honored with the Centurian Award at the Houses of Parliament, London in the year 2002, for having playedmore than 100 Rugby tests in the history of Rugby
He received the ‘Legends’ Oscar in 2008 for being voted as the best winger in the history of the game
Became the prestigious member of IRB (International Rugby Board) Hall of Fame in the year 2013
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