Nine editions, of which the All Blacks won seven, they happened since Argentina joined New Zealand, South Africa and Australia to dispute the Rugby Championship, which started in the year 2012 and had its continuity during the following years. The exception was the 2020, that due to the pandemic of the Covid-19 should have been organized without the presence of South Africa and it was called Three Nations 2020.
The first three they were for the combined Maori, with no less detail: in the 2012 and 2013 tournaments they won all six games that were played. At 2014, of the six games played, they triumphed in four and added a draw and a defeat.
In the year of England World Cup 2015, the Rugby Championship had a shortened version of only three dates. The Wallabies they were consecrated for the first time in this competition after winning the three disputed matches. For its part, The Pumas They were located in the third position of the southern hemisphere tournament, something that until that moment they had not been able to achieve.
The next three editions were again for the combined New Zealander. His winning streak was present in the years 2016 and 2017, editions in which they did not lose any disputed match. For its part, in 2018 they only saw defeat once, before the Springboks.
The Rugby Championship 2019 ended up with South Africa as the victor. The team led at that time by Rassie Erasmus was consecrated for the first time in this competition by winning two of the three matches played that year, crowning an unforgettable closing of the decade with the World Cup title.
In 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Springboks they got off the competition, which was renamed TThree Nations 2020. Again the All blacks champions were enshrined in that edition, while Argentina finished second after the victory against Men in Black in the debut, two draws against Australia and a fall against the Maori.
East 2021 saw again New Zealand as the champion, in order to obtain the contest for the seventh time, while both South Africa and the Wallabies took the trophy once each.