Ewen James Andrew McKenzie is an Australian professional rugby union coach and a former international rugby player. He played for Australia's World Cup winning team in 1991 and earned 51 caps for the Wallabies during his test career. McKenzie was head coach of the Australian team from 2013 to 2014. He has coached in both southern and northern hemispheres, in Super Rugby for the Waratahs and Reds, and in France at Top 14 side Stade Français. During his playing days he was a prop and, in a representative career spanning from 1987 to 1997, he played nine seasons for the NSW Waratahs and two for the ACT Brumbies.
About Ewen McKenzie
Prop for the NSW Waratahs from 1987 to 1995 who later won the Super Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup as a coach of the Reds and Wallabies.
He attended the University of New South Wales.
He coached the Australian national team to the Rugby World Cup Finals in 2003.
He fathered three daughters: Claire, Hannah, and Molly.
He won the Rugby World Cup as a player in 1991 alongside teammate John Eales.
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