Australian Rugby Players in Speedo Swimsuits. Isn’t it awesome to see athletes who are not professional swimmers in their Speedo swimsuits [Want more men in Speedo]? We’re so wowed by this Australian rugby player looking hot in his swimtrunks. Unfortunately, we don’t have his name but maybe some of you are familiar with him and can identify him in the comments. The only thing we know is that he’s a member of the Bulldogs Rugby League.
Update: The guy’s name is Shaun Higgins and the above photo was taken when he participated in a Club Christmas Triathlon during a Western Bulldogs Training Session at Victoria University Aquatic and Fitness Centre on December 17, 2009 in Melbourne, Australia. Photo courtesy of Scott Barbour/Getty Images.
Here are other Australian rugby players in Speedo:
Will Chambers. Will currently plays for the Melbourne Storm of the National Rugby League (NRL). This pic is from a training session.
Cooper Cronk. Like Will, Cooper also plays for the Melbourne Storm. Our friend Deena considers him as her “imaginary Aussie boyfriend”. It goes without saying that Cooper is totally clueless about Deena’s existence and silly desires. Hehe.
David Pocock. Originally from Zimbabwe, David plays for the Plus500 Brumbies which is, according to wikipedia, “an Australian professional rugby union football team competing in the Super Rugby”.
Luke Burgess poses in a pair of red Budgy Smuggler which, as you very well know, is what Aussies call them Speedos.
Update: Turns out Luke ain’t no Aussie at all but a damn Englishman. He did play for the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles of the NRL.
Michael Crocker. Michael, who is now retired, played for the Sydney Roosters, Melbourne Storm and South Sydney Rabbitohs.
Note: Please forgive us if we are mixing our rugby players. We are totally clueless about the NRL, AFL, Super Rugby, Australian Rules, and that kind of thing. For us here at Famewatcher, when we hear “rugby” we imagine burly men who catch and throw similar looking balls (do you even call it “ball”) and who don’t mind wearing Speedos. Hehe. Want more men in Speedos?
Australian Rugby Players in Speedo posted on 25 April 2010. Updated 2 March 2017.