Review of the Rugby World Cup of 2003 in Australia featuring highlights, interviews and commentary by the game's top names. The 2003 contest was, for a change, anyone's game. With the All-Blacks performing slightly below par due mostly to a younger team and several old guard members having moved on, there was a certain urgency lent to proceedings for other top teams. The greatest names in the game - the O'Driscolls and the Dallagios, shared top billing with a new, rising generation of rugby stars like Joe Rokocoko, Shane Williams, Matt Giteau and France's Freddie Michelak. A lackluster performance in the top flight left the purportedly mighty Australia humiliated and an amazed England holding the cup after a series of penalty kicks off the boot of Johnny Wilkinson put them ahead in points.