Felipe Contepomi is an Argentine rugby coach who is currently the backs coach at Leinster Rugby. He was a rugby union footballer who played fly-half or centre; his last club was Club Newman, in the first division of the URBA championship. He was also a key player for Argentina, having played 15 years for the national team. His twin brother Manuel was also a Puma. In June 2015 he was appointed coach of Argentina XV. Contepomi was inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame in November 2017.
About Felipe Contepomi
Fly half and center who competed for Argentina from 1998-2013, setting national records for games played and points scored.
He began playing rugby at Colegio Cardenal Newman secondary school.
He has played for numerous senior clubs, most notably Leinster from 2003-2009.
He has a twin brother, Manuel, and the two siblings played for Argentina at the same time.
Star Agustin Pichot has publicly endorsed him as the best international player of his time.
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