Rugby’s FASTEST player? Caleb Clarke takes on Ange Capuozzo in the Fastest Sprint!

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Auckland Blues and New Zealand international Caleb Clarke takes on Grenoble and Italy star Ange Capuozzo in the fastest sprint challenge. Which speedster has the cleaner heels?

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