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Ben Kimber Ben Kimber spent over a decade covering rugby from the grassroots up for Australia’s premier rugby paper, The Sydney Morning Herald. He covered two World Cups, in 1999 and 2003, on each occasion spending over eight weeks with the eventual winner and seeing what rugby success looks like up close. He’s since produced and hosted some of Australia’s most popular independent rugby podcasts and shows, and currently is co-host of The Rugby Ruckus with former Wallaby centre Morgan Turinui.

Ben Kimber

Code breakers

Wallabies legend LoteTuqiri believes Vunivalu can follow in his footsteps

Ben Kimber

Breaking bad

Rugby Australia have navigated some tough seas in recent years - but it's a period they may end up thankful for.

Ben Kimber

From boy to man

James O'Connor was once the enfant terrible of Australian rugby. Now he's the Wallabies' saviour.

Ben Kimber

Man behind the mask

Unorthodox, scary, driven... everyone coached by Eddie Jones has a story to tell

Ben Kimber

Long road to glory

A young, fearless Wallabies team is rebuilding the reputation of Australian rugby.

Ben Kimber

Lost generation

Rugby Australia needs more initiatives to engage those with Indigenous heritage.

Ben Kimber

Tough love

Eddie Jones tormented his pool of hookers when he was coach of the Wallabies.

Ben Kimber

Last line of defence

The Wallabies changed rugby forever when they appointed John Muggleton as defence coach

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