Sir John Kirwan
One of the great All Black’s, John Kirwan’s skill and strength on the rugby field made him a hero around the world.
Off the field he has achieved even more, using his personal battle with mental health to change, and even save thousands of lives around New Zealand.
JK is the Health and Well-Being ambassador for the Giltrap Group.
Steve Dunstan does everything with style, from his time as a snowboarder, to working as a DJ and founding New Zealand fashion label, Huffer.
Over the past two decades, Huffer has become an iconic kiwi brand, while expanding around the world.
Greg Murphy’s four Bathurst victories confirmed him as a legend of both New Zealand and Australian Motorsport. His qualifying record dubbed the Lap of the Gods stood for 15 years, while Murph’s victories at Pukekohe even has the blue team cheering.
Murph is now sharing his driving skills with New Zealand youth as a fervent campaigner for Road Safety.
Sir Graham Henry
A successful school principal, Graham Henry forged a hugely successful career coaching Auckland, The Blues, Wales and the British and Irish Lions. But it was his tenure guiding the All Blacks which earned him a knighthood and ‘Ted’ a place in New Zealand’s sporting folklore after winning the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
The five-time IRB Coach of the Year continues to share his rugby wisdom with the current crop of coaches.