(CNN)Perched on the edge of the South Pacific, New Zealand is a small nation with a population of just over four million, but rugby has put the country on the map.
The All Blacks are the most successful sports franchise in history, achieving a better win ratio than Brazil in football or Australia in cricket. They have claimed three World Cups and won more than three-quarters of the matches they have played in their 125-year history -- more than any other major national sports team.
There is a club in most small towns, just about every news bulletin carries a rugby story and there is even a television channel dedicated to school rugby which helps attract young All Blacks talent. For New Zealanders, rugby is not just their national sport, it's part of their national identity.
CNN World Rugby speaks to brothers Beauden, Scott and Jordie Barrett to find out how one family produced three star players for the All Blacks. Black Ferns player Kelly Brazier explains why the women's game is growing faster than the men's and World Rugby visits Auckland Grammar School to meet the future generation of players.
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