Jake White

Former Coach of the South African Rugby Team

Born 1963-12-13

Jake White was the Coach Director of Rugby at The Sharks Rugby Team. He is a former rugby union coach and the former coach of the South Africa national rugby union team, the Springboks. His most notable achievements as coach include leading the Springboks to victory in 2007 Rugby World Cup and the 2004 Tri Nations title. White also coached the the u-21 Springbok side to victory in the U-21 Rugby Union World Cup in 2002.


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PREVIOUS POSITIONS

Coach and Director of Rugby | The Sharks Rugby Team

2014 - 2014

Sport and Recreation

Head Coach | Brumbies Rugby Team

2012 - 2013

Sport and Recreation

Coach | South African Springbok Rugby Team

2004 - 2007

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Assistant Coach | South African Under-23 side

2000 - 2000

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Assistant Coach | South African 'A' side

2000 - 2000

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Assistant Coach | The Sharks Rugby Team

2000 - 2000

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Assistant Coach | South African Springboks Rugby Team

2000 - 2001

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Director of Coaching | Transvaal Rugby Union

1995 - 1997

Sport and Recreation

Manager | Gauteng Lions U/20

1992 - 1992

Sport and Recreation

Coach | Under-21 Springbok Squad

1992 - 1992

Sport and Recreation

Fitness Coach and Technical Advisor | Gauteng Lions

1992 - 1992

Sport and Recreation

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

SECONDARY EDUCATION

Jeppe Boys High School , Johannesburg (1981)

TERTIARY EDUCATION

International Rugby Board

Awarded in 1995

International Coaching

International Rugby Board

Awarded in 1997

International Rugby Board Coaching Course

Awarded in 1997

Level 4 Coaching Certificate

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