Eleven legends of Australia and the British & Irish Lions are inducted into the IRB Hall of Fame in Dublin.
Eleven legends to enter IRB Hall of Fame under theme British & Irish Lions and Australia at the IRB World Rugby Conference and Exhibition.
Fijian Sevens maestro Waisale Serevi is the latest inductee into the IRB Hall of Fame after a presentation in Hong Kong.
The late Vladimir Ilyushin, a legend of Russian Rugby and aviation, becomes the latest inductee to the IRB Hall of Fame.
The late Alfred St. George Hamersley, one of Rugby’s first internationals, is inducted into the IRB Hall of Fame.
The International Rugby Board inducts brothers Richard and Kennedy Tsimba, two of Zimbabwe’s finest sportsmen, into the IRB Hall of Fame.
IRB has included the gold medal-winning US teams from 1920 and 1924, who remain reigning Olympic champions until Rio 2016 at least.
The 1924 Olympic team won Romania's first ever medal and inspired generations of Rugby players in that country.
Demi Sakata, one of the world's best players of the 1960s and perhaps Japan's greatest of all time, becomes the 51st inductee.
Pioneers of the Game in Chile, the Campbell brothers, become the latest legends of Rugby to win this prestigious accolade.
The International Rugby Board has inducted New Zealand Sevens coach Gordon Tietjens into the IRB Hall of Fame.