Jason Robinson OBE is former a England Rugby Player and a Rugby World Cup Winner.
Robinson overcame significant adversity in his early life to become England’s most successful dual-code international rugby player to date.
Jason won over 50 caps for England and the Lions in rugby union, as well as 19 for Great Britain and England in rugby league.
During England’s successful Rugby World Cup in 2003, Jason was a key member of the team and played in all seven matches including the final.
To this day, Jason is the only Englishman to have scored a try in a World Cup final.
In 2005, Jason was made England captain, the first former rugby league player to receive the honour.
Since retirement, Jason has held coaching roles for the RFL and Sale, and become a director of both X Blades and Proskins, as well as holding a number of other non-exec director positions
Jason’s unique background and story make him compelling company whether in a CSR/grassroots, conference or intimate corporate environment.
Jason Robinson is available to deliver anecdotal after-dinner speeches and keynote presentations.