A legendary stalwart of the Wales national rugby union team, Alun Wyn Jones has won five Six Nations Championship titles with his country.
We take a look at Wyn Jones' profile and his range of outstanding accomplishments in the sport...
|Name||Alun Wyn Jones|
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Alun Wyn Jones is a Welsh professional rugby union player. He is the world's most capped international rugby union player with 155 to date, and also holds the record for Wales appearances as captain.
Wyn Jones hails from Swansea, Wales, with both his father and grandfather former rugby players for Swansea Rugby Football Club.
Wyn Jones grew up in Mumbles on the western edge of Swansea Bay, originally playing football before switching his focus to rugby at primary school.
Wyn Jones is 37 years old. He was born on 19th September 1985.
Wyn Jones currently plays for Ospreys in the United Rugby Championship. Wyn Jones has played for the club since 2005 after joining from hometown team Swansea.
Wyn Jones plays as a lock for Wales and Ospreys.
Wyn Jones captained Wales for several years before being replaced by Dan Biggar in 2022. He also captained the British & Irish Lions on their 2021 tour to South Africa.
Wales manager Warren Gatland has named Ken Owens as team captain ahead of the 2023 Six Nations.
At 37 years old, Wyn Jones has made no public suggestion he is ready to retire from professional rugby.
Wyn Jones has scored nine international tries for Wales, amassing 45 points for his country.
Wyn Jones has represented the British & Irish Lions a total of 12 times, captaining them for the 2021 tour to South Africa. He is one of only four players to have been selected for four Lions tours - in 2009, 2013, 2017 and 2021.
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