Rugby Championship

PICTURES: All Blacks hit the gym!

2017-10-03 12:21

Cape Town - The world champion All Blacks are in Cape Town preparing to face the Springboks on Saturday - and they wasted no time in hitting the gym...

WATCH: All Blacks coach helps unload team bus

After arriving in town on Monday, members of the squad were spotted working out on Tuesday morning as interested onlookers caught a glimpse of several of their rugby heroes.

The All Blacks have already sealed the 2017 Rugby Championship title - their 15th Tri-Nations/Rugby Championship triumph since the tournament was first contested in 1996 - and will do battle with their Springbok rivals for the 95th time on Saturday.

Kick-off at Newlands is at 17:05.

Sonny Bill Williams in not-so-serious mood (Gallo Images)

Ryan Crotty is back in the All Blacks squad after missing their Argentina trip (Gallo Images)

Good luck to the Boks on Saturday trying to stop Beauden Barratt (Gallo Images)

Loose forward Sam Cane pumps some iron (Gallo Images)

Damian McKenzie and his trademark smirk (Gall Images)

Hurts just looking at the position Sam Whitelock has gotten himself into ... (Gallo Images)

Inspirational skipper Kieran Read arrives looking relaxed (Gallo Images)

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