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It was a case of so close, yet so far for the British and Irish Lions as they failed to emulate the Class of 97 in South Africa.
The Lions toured New Zealand in 2005 for the first time since their 2-1 defeat in 1993 - but they came home chastened following a series whitewash.
The British and Irish Lions suffered their first-ever series defeat to Australia as went down 2-1 - although the tour was overshadowed by a split in the camp.
A Lions team billed as underdogs ran out surprise 2-1 winners against world champions South Africa in their first-ever professional tour to the country.
A Lions team with a strong English contingent were edged out 2-1 by their All-Black counterparts in a very close series.
Finlay Calder's side became the first in Lions history to win a series after losing the opening match as they defeated Australia 2-1.
The 1983 squad joined the 1966 team in suffering a 4-0 series hammering, this time at the hands of the All Blacks
Bill Beaumont's injury-hit squad went on a controversial tour of apartheid South Africa and lost 3-1 as the curtain came down on the international career of two Lions.
After winning their first-ever series against the All Blacks six years earlier, the Lions found New Zealand out for revenge as they went down 3-1.
The most successful Lions team in history travelled to South Africa for a bruising series but ran out victors.
A star was born on the 1971 British and Irish Lions tour as the squad won their first series in New Zealand in three-quarters of a century.
Another injury-ravaged British and Irish Lions team were easily brushed aside by South Africa, but installed the fighting spirit that had gone missing against New Zealand two years before.
A gruelling tour, which included trips to Australia and Canada, left the Lions exhausted as New Zealand recorded their first-ever four-Test whitewash.
A low-scoring series ended without the British and Irish Lions winning a single Test as they lost 3-0 to South Africa.
The Lions began life with humble beginnings in 1888, with sporting entrepreneurs Alfred Shaw and Arthur Shrewsbury putting together a 22-man squad from England, Scotland and Wales for a marathon 54-match tour New Zealand and Australia.