Theo Kidd: The hurdler turned rugby player with bucket loads of potential

Multi sport athletes are fairly common in American high schools and colleges but it’s something we see less of here in Australia.

Trinity and NSW Gen Blue winger Theo Kidd might change that though, if his efforts in recent years are anything to go by.

Kidd began playing rugby as a 9-year old in the Blue Mountains and continued after enrolling at Trinity in year six.

He split his time in his younger years between rugby, rugby league, athletics and basketball but stopped playing the oval ball codes in his early teens to focus elsewhere.

“I started off as a high jumper and my last competitive jump was 2 metres when I was 15,” Kidd told Rugby News.

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