The Official Online RBS 6 Nations Store is open. The store has everything you need to get behind your team during the RBS 6 Nations, plus the store is now fully stocked with a much wider range of rugby merchandise.
At the age of 21, Jason was the youngest prop ever to play for England. By the time he finally retired from international rugby 14 years later, he had become the world's most capped forward with 114 appearances.
One of these appearances stands out more than any other - the 2003 World Cup final against Australia, when he came off the bench to help steer England to victory.
Jason captained England twice, once against Argentina in 1996 when he also scored the only try of his international career. He represented the Lions on three tours, to New Zealand, South Africa and Australia - and has a train locomotive named after him.
Ieuan sits proudly at the top table in Welsh rugby's Hall of Fame, alongside such legends as Gareth Edwards, Barry John, Gerald Davies and John Dawes.
During 11 years on the right wing for Wales, he set new records for most caps, most tries and most tests as captain. He played in three Rugby World Cups, and was also a three-time Lion on tours to New Zealand, South Africa and Australia.
Ieuan won every domestic honour during the 1980s for club side Llanelli (scoring the winning try in a shock win over Australia) and gained a Heineken Cup winners' medal with Bath.