Todd attended the Australian Catholic University in Canberra and Monash University where he completed a Bachelor of Education in both primary and secondary education in PDHPE.
Todd played the majority of his rugby in Canberra and represented Australian Schoolboys and U/21's whilst also playing senior representative rugby for the ACT Kookaburras. Todd played for Randwick after moving to Sydney in the early mid 90's.
Todd taught at Waverley College and Trinity Grammar School in Sydney for over ten years before becoming a professional coach. He was the Director of Rugby for three seasons at Sydney University prior to coaching in Japan for another three seasons. Todd returned to Australia as the Head Coach at Randwick in 2006 and played Sydney University in the Grand Final. He was offered a position with the South African Super Rugby franchise the Bulls as the attack coach and the team went on to be the first South African team to win the Super Rugby title in 2007.
In 2008 Todd was made the attack coach with the Waratahs and the team played the final against the Crusaders. After this Todd returned to Japan as the Director of Rugby and Head Coach of the RICOH rugby team for three seasons where he took the club from 2nd Division to the Top League and competed in the All Japan tournament twice.
Todd Louden is currently the Head Rugby Coach at Sydney University.
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