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A day where anything you want to happen, happens

A day where anything you want to happen, happens

Unlimited

It could be today, tomorrow
or a thousand years ago

Breakfast on the beach & lunch on top of a mountain? No problem

Unlimited

It could be today, tomorrow
or a thousand years ago

Breakfast on the beach & lunch on top of a mountain? No problem

Listen To Sam's Perfect Day

Warning:
Occasional profanity and mature themes

Between waking up and going to sleep you get to be wherever, whenever and with whoever you want: doing whatever takes your fancy. No rules. No restrictions.

What Would
You Do?

On a day before the world changed, I met with Cardiff, Wales and British & Irish Lions Legend, Sam Warburton for a chat that involved wandering around Bristol and asking him (eventually), that very question. 

When I got to Sam’s car he had been waiting around for “at least” four minutes. He told me he was half expecting me to be wearing a white dress, given that he’d been made to wait soooooo long. The tone for the day was set.

In amongst the diversions, sporting rivalry, laughter and the occasional tear (it’s true) we managed to put together Sam’s perfect day.

And now you can listen to the highlights of our conversation.

Between waking up and going to sleep you get to be wherever, whenever and with whoever you want: doing whatever takes your fancy. No rules. No restrictions.

What Would
You Do?

On a day before the world changed, I met with Cardiff, Wales and British & Irish Lions Legend, Sam Warburton for a chat that involved wandering around Bristol and asking him (eventually), that very question. 

When I got to Sam’s car he had been waiting around for “at least” four minutes. He told me he was half expecting me to be wearing a white dress, given that he’d been made to wait soooooo long. The tone for the day was set.

In amongst the diversions, sporting rivalry, laughter and the occasional tear (it’s true) we managed to put together Sam’s perfect day.

And now you can listen to the highlights of our conversation.

Between waking up and going to sleep you get to be wherever, whenever and with whoever you want: doing whatever takes your fancy. No rules. No restrictions.

What Would
You Do?

On a day before the world changed, I met with Cardiff, Wales and British & Irish Lions Legend, Sam Warburton for a chat that involved wandering around Bristol and asking him (eventually), that very question. 

When I got to Sam’s car he had been waiting around for “at least” four minutes. He told me he was half expecting me to be wearing a white dress, given that he’d been made to wait soooooo long. The tone for the day was set.

In amongst the diversions, sporting rivalry, laughter and the occasional tear (it’s true) we managed to put together Sam’s perfect day.

And now you can listen to the highlights of our conversation.

Listen To Sam's Perfect Day

Warning:
Occasional profanity and mature themes

SAM
WARBURTON

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Sam’s stellar rugby union career, here are the highlights:  Sam Kennedy-Warburton OBE played rugby for Cardiff Blues and Wales, earning his first cap in 2009. He earned 74 caps for his country, 49 of which as captain, making him the most-capped Welsh captain in history. Sam was captain of both the 2013 and 2017 British and Irish Lions Tours, to Australia and New Zealand respectively, in which he earned a total of five Test caps. Sam was forced to retire at the age of 29 after failing to recover from neck and knee surgeries but ended an outstanding playing career as one of the greats of the modern game, having led his country in two World Cups, a Grand Slam and a Six Nations title – not to mention captaining the Lions on two successful tours.

 

You can now see him as a regular rugby pundit on TV, teaching people how to build their perfect body through his coaching academy SW7 on Instagram (IG: samwarbs) or walking Ledley in the countryside outside Cardiff. 



SAM
WARBURTON

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Sam’s stellar rugby union career, here are the highlights:  Sam Kennedy-Warburton OBE played rugby for Cardiff Blues and Wales, earning his first cap in 2009. He earned 74 caps for his country, 49 of which as captain, making him the most-capped Welsh captain in history. Sam was captain of both the 2013 and 2017 British and Irish Lions Tours, to Australia and New Zealand respectively, in which he earned a total of five Test caps. Sam was forced to retire at the age of 29 after failing to recover from neck and knee surgeries but ended an outstanding playing career as one of the greats of the modern game, having led his country in two World Cups, a Grand Slam and a Six Nations title – not to mention captaining the Lions on two successful tours.

 

You can now see him as a regular rugby pundit on TV, teaching people how to build their perfect body through his coaching academy SW7 on Instagram (IG: samwarbs) or walking Ledley in the countryside outside Cardiff. 



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