Dan Vickerman, South African-born Australian rugby union footballer, Died at 37

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Daniel Joseph “Dan” Vickerman was born on June 4, 1979, and died February 18, 2017.

He was a professional rugby union player.

He stood 204 cm, 119 kg lock played 63 Tests with the Wallabies, the national team of his adopted country of Australia.

Following seven seasons with the Wallabies, and having played Super Rugby for the New South Wales Waratahs and ACT Brumbies, Vickerman left his successful international rugby career in 2008.

Dan attended the University of Cambridge, where he read a degree in Land Economy at Hughes Hall.

Vickerman played rugby for Cambridge University and Northampton Saints, while in England

During 2011, he returned to Australia and played again for the Wallabies, including at the 2011 Rugby World Cup, before he retired from the game.

Dan Vickerman passed away at 37 years old.

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