Rugby World Cup 2003 opened on October 10th at Telstra Stadium in Sydney, Australia, with a cast of thousands, including hundreds of schoolchildren, and a technical crew of about 200. With a budget of AUS$5 million, the ceremony was one of the most technically advanced shows ever produced in this country and was aired on television to an estimated audience of one billion. The event combined culture with contemporary entertainment to salute the internationalism of rugby and the game's values ...

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