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When Wales were reduced to 14 men in the World Cup semi-final, Alun Wyn Jones was at the core of their remarkable fightback. In the words of coach Warren Gatland: 'He ran himself into the ground.' This came as no surprise to Welsh rugby fans, who have become used to such acts of honest heroism from their hard-working second-row forward, and especially so in 2011. But what those fans didn't know was that, during this very special year, he also kept a diary. Alun Wyn Jones's World Cup Year is a selection from that diary, and allows us a unique behind-the-scene glance at the grind, the glory and (occasional) glamour of life as a modern international rugby player. It is also a photographic celebration of one of the most memorable years in Welsh rugby history.
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