Nathan Sharpe is one of Australia's most decorated rugby players. He has left an indelible impression on the game.
His list of distinctions are many. He retired as Captain of his country in 2012, becoming Australia's most capped forward with 116 Tests and the second most capped player ever.
His durability saw him become the most capped player in Super Rugby history with 154 games for the Queensland Reds and the Western Force.
Nathan played in three Rugby World Cup campaigns. In his final year of international rugby in 2012, he was awarded, for the second time, the prestigious John Eales Medal, for Wallaby Player of the Year.
Sharpie continues to be a popular member of the rugby community and is respected worldwide for both his on-field efforts and engaging and affable off-field contributions.
Nathan is now the Managing Director of SES Labour Solutions, a company that specialises in heavy machinery operators and maintenance staff.
He spends a great deal of his time out and about on mine sites, learning what his business partners need. Nathan doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty and is always keen to learn about operations and safety within the sites he visits, so he can provide flexible options for them.