New Zealand great Richie McCaw hailed the talents of Dan Carter after the legendary playmaker announced his retirement at the age of 38.
After a brilliant and remarkable 19-year playing career, All Blacks legend Dan Carter has officially announced his retirement from rugby.
Former All Blacks fly-half and two-time Rugby World Cup winner Dan Carter has retired from from professional rugby after a 19-year career.
The Blues will take a largely unchanged line-up to Wellington for their Super Rugby Aotearoa encounter against the Hurricanes on Saturday.
Dan Carter will run out for his local Southbridge club side this weekend as he builds towards a Super Rugby Aotearoa bow for the in-form Blues.
Former All Black and two-time Rugby World Cup winner Dan Carter has joined the Blues as an injury replacement for Super Rugby Aotearoa.
Ex-All Blacks fly-half and three-time World Player of the Year Dan Carter has announced that he will leave Japanese outfit Kobelco Steelers.
Ahead of the Rugby World Cup in Japan, we dig through the archives to highlight a star from a previous tournament. Next up, it is Dan Carter.
Former All Blacks and Crusaders fly-half Dan Carter has denied that he will make a return to Super Rugby in 2019 to join the Highlanders.