O'Driscoll enters Guinness Records
Published 04/09/2014 | 02:30
BRIAN O'Driscoll is in the record books - despite having retired from the sport he adorned with such power and grace.
He has won a landmark position in the 60th anniversary edition of the Guinness World Records book.
The Irish centre comes out tops for the most international appearances in rugby union.
Ireland's most famous rugby icon amassed a total of 141caps - 133 for his country - plus eight for the British and Irish Lions on four separate tours.
He broke the previous record held by former Australian player, George Gregan, who had 139 caps.
O'Driscoll described himself as "delighted" when he was presented with his 'Guinness World Records' certificate.
"It's a childhood dream achieved," he said.
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