Richie McCaw Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Facts, Salary

Richie McCaw Family

Richie McCaw Family and Wife – Richard Hugh McCaw is a retired New Zealand professional rugby union player Married with wife Gemma Flynn know all about him in this Blog.

Richard Hugh McCaw is a retired New Zealand professional rugby union player. He captained the national team, the All Blacks, in 110 out of his 148 test matches, and won two Rugby World Cups. He has won the World Rugby player of the year award a joint record three times and was the most capped test rugby player of all time from August 2015 to October 2020.

Richie McCaw Quick Facts

McCaw was awarded World Rugby player of the decade (2011–2020) in 2021. Richie is also the winner for New Zealand sportsman of the decade award, the highest sporting honor a sports individual can achieve in New Zealand.

Name  Richie McCaw
Birthday 31 December 1980
Age  41 years
Birthplace Oamaru, New Zealand
Nationality New Zealand
Education Bachelor of Agricultural Science degree 
Profession New Zealand rugby union player

Richie McCaw Family, Parents

Richard Hugh McCaw was born in the nearby town of Oamaru. He grew up on his parents’ farm along with his sister Joanna. McCaw started flying gliders with his grandfather J H ‘Jim’ McCaw, a Tempest pilot during World War II credited with shooting down 20 V1 missiles, when he was nine years old. He played rugby for the local Kurow rugby club as a youngster, but it was not until 1994, when he boarded at Otago Boys’ High School in Dunedin, that he started to take the game seriously.

He achieved all but two papers for his Bachelor of Agricultural Science degree before deciding to pursue his rugby career instead. He received an honorary doctorate in recognition of his sporting achievements in April 2012.

Richie McCaw Wife, Is Richie McCaw Married

Richie McCaw Wife

It was reported in January 2013 that he had been dating hockey player Gemma Flynn for the previous six months. In January 2016, McCaw announced his engagement to Flynn. They tied the knot on January 14, 2017. Their first daughter, Charlotte, was born in December 2018, and their second, Grace, was born in May 2021.

Richie McCaw Net Worth

Richie McCaw has an estimated Net Worth around $3 Million in 2022.He is a retired New Zealand professional rugby union player earns a good fortune from her hard work  hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Richie McCaw Age, Height, Weight

Age  41 years
Height 1.87 m
Weight 72kg

Richie McCaw Career

Richie McCaw captained the All Blacks in 110 of his 148 test matches and helped them win two Rugby World Cups. He has a joint record of three World Rugby Player of the Year awards, and from August 2015 to October 2020, he was the most capped test rugby player of all time. In 2021, McCaw won World Rugby Player of the Decade (2011–2020). Richie is also the recipient of the New Zealand sportsman of the decade award, which is the country’s top sporting distinction.

McCaw was the first rugby union player to win 100 tests and the first All Black to attain 100 caps. With 148 caps, he was the most-capped player in rugby union history, surpassing Brian O’Driscoll’s record in 2015 and losing it to Alun Wyn Jones in 2020. McCaw is also tied with Jason Leonard for the most appearances at the Rugby World Cup.

For the New Zealand, Crusaders, and Canterbury teams, McCaw mostly played as an openside flanker, but he also played as a blindside flanker and no. 8. Canterbury won the NPC (later the Mitre10 Cup) five times during McCaw’s career, and the Crusaders won four Super Rugby crowns. In addition to two World Cup victories, the All Blacks have won seven Tri-Nations titles, three Grand Slam tours, and eight Bledisloe Cup victories.

Despite just playing eight minutes of Super 12 rugby, he made his debut for the Crusaders in 2001 and was named for the All Blacks’ 2001 end-of-year trip. He made his New Zealand debut against Ireland and was named man-of-the-match. McCaw was a regular starter for New Zealand, missing only a few games due to concussions.

He was named captain of the All Blacks in 2004 and led them to the 2007 Rugby World Cup. His captaincy was criticised when they were eliminated in the quarterfinals, but he was retained and led the side to consecutive Rugby World Cup wins in 2011 and 2015, making him one of only 21 players to win the Rugby World Cup on multiple times.