One of the most durable rugby union players of all time, Sean Fitzpatrick was one of the very best.
Capped 92 times by his country, the abrasive hooker captained the All Blacks for almost six years and always led by example, just one of Sean's abiding qualities. After making his international debut for New Zealand on June 28, 1986, Sean took part in the inaugural World Cup in 1987 enjoying one of his best-ever rugby moments as the All Blacks went on to win the tournament final in Auckland against France.
His experience both on and off the field has generated vast knowledge and made Sean an inspirational leader. His phenomenal skill to motivate is passed on to those who meet him making him deal candidate for sporting and motivational speaking.
Former All Blacks captain whose a highly motivational speaker. He draws on his experiences with the All Blacks, one of the most feared rugby sides in the world famous for their war dance before each match, drawing analogies between business and sport; in particular the turn around of the All Black fortunes under his leadership.
Former Australia rugby captain who is widely regarded as the greatest rugby player of his generation. In an international career spanning 16 years, he played more test matches for Australia and scored more tries than any other player in the history of the game.
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.
Ieuan has made seven appearances for the British Lions and is a member of the elite band of Triple Lions Tourists, touring in Australia 1989, New Zealand 1993 and South Africa 1997, where a groin injury ended his trip prematurely.
Former Rugby player who was part of the World Cup winning squad in 2003.
Following a successful rugby career, he wowed TV audiences on Strictly Come Dancing. With over 50 international rugby caps and over 200 appearances for Leicester he has become a popular choice on the conference circuit. After retirement from rugby he worked for Credit Suisse.