Day 1 of the 100 day Trophy Tour kicked off on 10 June 2015 outside Twickenham, with Prince Harry, Johnny Wilkinson and Will Greenwood in attendance.
Day 1: Prince Harry gives his speech at the start of the Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour at Twickenham Stadium.
Day 6: Former Ireland International Reggie Corrigan with the Webb Ellis cup at Giant's Causeway, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Day 6: The Webb Ellis Cup with brothers Jonathan, 8, left, and Benjamin Tremblay, 10, at Belfast Harlequins RFC.
Day 8: The Webb Ellis Cup arrives at Belfast City Hall in the Trophy Tour Defender.
Day 6: The Webb Ellis Cup arrives in Donegal town centre during the Irish leg of the Trophy Tour.
Day 9: The Webb Ellis Cup with 11-month old Patrick O'Shaughnessy and his dad Brian at Banbridge RFC.
Day 13: Gordon D’Arcy and Isa Nacewa take the Webb Ellis Cup to Old Belvedere RFC in Dublin.
Day 13: Isa Nacewa and Gordon D’Arcy with the Webb Ellis Cup.
Global Trophy Tour: Toronto was the first stop in Canada, where we visited Toronto Nomads Rugby Club, one of the original established Rugby clubs in Ontario.
Global Trophy Tour: The Land Rover convoy traversed Fiji to take the Webb Ellis Cup to remote communities such as Naqali and Naivuci with legendary Fijian Rugby World Cup star Viliame Satala.
Global Trophy Tour: World Cup winners John Smit and Chester Williams took the Trophy to Cape Agulhas in South Africa, the Southernmost tip of Africa where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet.
Global Trophy Tour: The South American leg stopped in Buenos Aires before arriving into Montevideo, where Uruguay beat Russia to claim the last remaining qualification spot for the Tournament.