Rugby legend Stirling Mortlock stepped into our studio for one day of photography. Watch the video to see man vs fish.
This advert will be in the October 2011 issue of Australian Men’s Health. Also keep an eye out for posters at health stores country-wide.
Our thanks goes to Herbs of Gold for the fantastic shoot. A special shout out to Diana for making everything seamless.
Background knowledge on Stirling:
The year 2000, was a landmark year for Stirling – he became the fastest Australian to reach 50 and 100 Test points, he scored the most points and highest number of penalties  by any Australian in his first five Tests and created history by becoming the first Australian to score 20 points or more in four consecutive Tests.
In 2006, Stirling was passed the honour of becoming the 73rd player to Captain the Wallabies. Stirling lead the team from the front and they claimed the Cook Cup from England.Stirling received his greatest honour when he was asked to Captain the Wallabies at the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France.
Stirling’s uncanny ability to score tries and kick goals has positioned him third on the all-time list of Australian Test point scorers (with 463 points) and he holds the mantle as the highest ACT Brumbies all-time point-scorer (with 875 points).