Head back to 2001 with lionstour.com

The 2001 Lions tour to Australia was another monumental challenge and a tour that contained a bit of everything: white hot rivalry, the heart-break of injury and on-field confrontations. [more]

Head back to 2001 with lionstour.com

The 2001 Lions tour to Australia was another monumental challenge and a tour that contained a bit of everything: white hot rivalry, the heart-break of injury and on-field confrontations.

Our friends at lionstour.com, the official travel site of the Lions, are re-living every dramatic moment of the Lions’ 2001 tour to Australia with the iconic ‘Living with Lions’ footage that went right to the heart of the camp and brought to life one of the most dramatic Test series in Lions history.
 
From pre-tour team bonding through to the agonies of selection, the heroic opening Test win in Brisbane to the spine-tingling dressing room footage that takes you into the core of the Lions’ den, their two-part review of the 2001 tour will get your heart racing.
 
In part one, see the Lions arrive in Australia as they build up to the first Test against the Wallabies. Feel the emotion, passion and determination from the squad as the anticipation builds towards one of the most crucial matches of their lives.

Part two sees the pride, passion and power of the Lions, as they take on the might of Australia. View the mixed emotions of happiness and joy, followed by the heartbreak of injuries as the Lions performed magnificently on their way to a heroic opening Test victory in Brisbane.
 
As the team bonding continues, and the fans continue to bellow their magnificent support, follow the ultimate battle in rugby as the Lions match up to the Wallabies, and re-live the drama and magic of the final two Tests in one of the most dramatic series in Lions history.

See the first part of the 2001 Lions Tour Review here

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