When it's 40 degrees celcius and you've had enough...

This Spotted hyena definitely had the right idea, staying cool and napping during the midday heat.
A massive congratulations to Wild Ark on the acquisition of their first wildlife conservancy, called Pridelands, in partnership with EcoTraining, in South Africa today.

Located in one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots, Pridelands is a 4500-acre former buffalo-hunting property that they plan to return to migrational and residential wildlife.

WildArk's plan is to restore ecologically...
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Captains run done and all packed up to get on the shinkansen to Nagoya. We play against Toyota Verblitz tomorrow.

Professional Whey WPI is the best post-workout/post-game protein I've used. I always chuck a shaker in my travel bag for after the game.

I keep it pretty simple with supplements and alternate between the WPI for after gym sessions or their 3.0, which is a blend, when I...
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Thanks for all the support in 2016.
Here's to a great 2017.
A few young Japanese macaques enjoying some time in a hot spring during the rain.

Very similar to how my brothers and I spent our time in the pool when we were younger
署名した #PanasonicWildKnights トレーニングTシャツと Margaret River Roasting Co コーヒーを獲得するには、この投稿を共有してください。
Really enjoyed my first game with the Panasonic Wild Knights today. The team has made me feel really welcomed this week. Thank you.

1145am kickoff and then back onto the Shinkansen and back to Ota this afternoon.
After 5 weeks in the UK, Ireland and France it's time to head home. Thanks for having us and thanks to all the Wallabies supporters over here and back home - tough year but your support has been huge. Lovely walk around Hampstead Heath this afternoon before settling in for a solid day of travel. : @sampsonian #dpfb [ Ift.tt Link ]
Not the way we wanted to end the Qantas Wallabies season but congrats to England on the win.

Tough year with lots of learnings and things to build on. Thanks for all the support this year.

My last game in the green and gold for a while.
Gutted about the result last night. Lots of effort but we fell short.

Congrats to Ireland on the win and thanks for the hospitality this week.

Thanks to all the Wallabies supporters in the crowd and everyone watching at home for the support.

We're off to London this morning for another big week.
Ice cream recipe using Professional Whey up on my blog. If you have an ice cream maker or have access to one (we used a friends) you have to try this!

Ice Cream

Photo with a couple of long backs after the game.
Really proud of the effort tonight.

Thanks for all the support.

France, thanks for the game and for hosting us this week.

: Qantas Wallabies
Been a long time since I've played alongside Kyle Godwin.

Really excited for him.

Itching to get out there tomorrow night after a big week of training.
That was a really tough game. Thanks for having us, Scotland.

Great to get the win in the end and celebrate Nick and Izzy's 50th caps.

First time I've played at Murrayfield - incredible ground and atmosphere.
Here's a link to watch big wave surfer Mark Matthews and I talk about how I prepare for games, dealing with and overcoming fear, dealing with injury, my poor surfing and some other stuff. 'The Joy of Fear' he calls it...


Watching the giraffes do their thing at training.

Solid week of preparation in Edinburgh.

Photo credit: Mike Cadogan
Here's that Beautiful News South Africa video I posted about.

The Pangolin Men.

Thanks Adrian Steirn for your work.
Excited about Adrian Steirn's new project, Beautiful News. They're releasing a good news story every day for 365 days.

Here's a sneak peek at one of the stories that will be released this week. The world's most trafficked mammal, a group of extraordinary men, and Tikki Hywood Trust
Sun was out for our team session this afternoon. Cracking day in London. Photo credit: Qantas Wallabies
A photo taken by our team doctor.
"Big men, small chairs."

Into our preparation for game vs Wales on Saturday.