Former Rugby player who has gone on to have a multi faceted career taking in roles in Harry Potter and presenting World’s Strongest Man and Crimewatch, as well as Rugby. At 6”10, he certainly has presence, and has become a fixture on the corporate circuit.
Former captain of the British Lions and Question of Sport team captain for 10 years. Also a successful businessmen with a thriving export textiles business for which he has won a Queen's Awards for Export Excellence.
Led England's revival in the late 1980s to become a world force in Rugby. After being appointed captain of his country in 1988, Will became England's longest-serving and one of the most successful skippers ever.
A highly popular member of the 1980's English Rugby Team, as a prop forward he played for Bath Rugby Football Club winning a host of medals.
Part of the England squad that took the country to victory in the 2003 World Cup, and now a popular motivational speaker. He is immediately recognizable as team captain on BBC's 'A Question of Sport' as well as a rugby commentator for the BBC and Radio 5 Live.
A genuine sporting great who excelled in rugby league before switching to rugby union. He played a key role as interim England rubgy union coach, refocusing the team in 2012.
Former Rugby player who was part of the World Cup winning squad in 2003. His speaking topics include leadership, teamwork, attitude and the importance of self-belief.
Sir Clive Woodward OBE, former English Rugby Union player and former coach of the England Rugby Union team. He introduced business principles whilst coaching, transforming the traditional practices and making them the winners of the World Cup in 2003. Woodward is a highly sought after speaker on peak performance and team management.
Clive Woodward OBE