Jeremy Guscott MBE is a Bath and England Rugby Legend.
Guscott is one of England’s most capped rugby players.
Nicknamed ‘The Prince of Centres‘, he rose through the ranks at Bath to gain a regular place in the club’s first team.
He marked his England debut against Romania in 1989 with a hat-trick of tries.
Jeremy Guscott enjoyed the respect of his fellow players and fans for his speed, determination and all round skill.
His importance to both Bath and England was illustrated in his immediate selection to both teams after returning from a 17-month career threatening injury.
He was a member of the England team which won successive Grand Slams.
In 65 Test matches, Jeremy Guscott scored 30 tries.
He also gained 8 caps for the British and Irish Lions.
Alongside Will Carling, he pioneered modern rugby’s professional era and helped to develop the game’s higher profile
In retirement, Jeremy moved effortlessly into a media role, having gained television experience as presenter of such programmes as Gladiators and Body Heat.
Jeremy presented three series of Body Heat alongside Sally Gunnell and two series of Gladiators both for ITV.
Jeremy Guscott received an MBE for services to Rugby Union.
In 2016, Jeremy was inducted in the Rugby World Hall of Fame.
He remains a popular newspaper columnist and pundit for the BBC.