Episode 154 - Jamie Peacock


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In this podcast

2:38 - Welcome Jamie Peacock

3:38 - Looking up to Adrian Morley

4:21 - Growing up in Leeds and the Peacock family background

5:46 - Where his size comes from

6:13 - Frustrating time at school

8:11 - Building key habits

10:32 - Physical and mental preparation

11:38 - Position he played as a young player

12:20 - Moving to Australia to play at Wollongong University

15:57 - Matty Elliott

18:06 - Set back of not being picked for the Challenge Cup Final

19:17 - Quitting the game for nine months

20:44 - If he wasn’t a pro footy player what would he have been

22:01 - His first team debut

23:33 - Brad Mackay and learning from the veterans

24:20 - Playing in his first grand final

26:23 - Robbie and Henry Paul

28:08 - Great Britain debut in 2001

30:43 - When they should of beat Australia

32:01 - Why he had blonde tips in his hair

35:05 - He fight with Willie Mason

37:25 - 2003 and winning every award in the UK

38:55- New focus on the field

39:20 - Leadership and becoming captain

41:55 - Why he left Bradford for Leeds

43:30 - Going back to Odsal for the first time

44:44 - Time heals

45:24 - Winning over the Leeds fans

47:16 - Moving permanently to the front row

49:18 - Breaking the Challenge Cup drought

50:39 - Kevin Sinfield

52:41 - Interest from the NRL

54:51 - The Christmas morning run

57:12 - Favourite try from his career

58:59 - Favourite venue to play outside his home ground

59:55 - Leader he most admired and why

1:01:00 - Brian McDermott

1:02:03 - 5 people he would invite to a private dinner party

JAMIE PEACOCK

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Jamie Peacock is a legend of English Rugby League having won every honour in the domestic game. His accolades in the game includes being Man of Steel, Players player and Rugby League writer’s player of the year and captaining his country. His professional record includes 487 first grade games predominately for the Bradford Bulls and Leeds Rhinos and 9 Super League Premierships and 3 challenge cup titles. His international career includes 21 caps for England and 26 for Great Britain.

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Related Episodes - Episode 115: Keith Galloway | Episode 104: Barrie McDermott |

Episode 143: Adrian Morley | Episode 128: Danny Buderus

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