Lewis Moody MBE

England captain and World Cup winner

Lewis Moody

Lewis Moody MBE is a British rugby union player and former England captain who played most recently for Bath and was part of the 2003 World Cup-winning side.

Given the nickname “Mad Dog”, he was a skilled and enthusiastic player with a fiery temper who became a fan favourite for his willingness to chase down opponents and ability to compete for possession at restarts.

Known for giving one hundred percent at all times and putting his body on the line for his teammates and country, there is not a more committed individual in the game than Lewis.

With a World Cup win, a second-placed finish and two 6 Nations Championships under his belt for England, alongside two Heineken Cups and six Premierships with Leicester Tigers, he is a true rugby legend.

Retiring in 2011 Lewis has gone on to become a specialist sports speaker, touring the UK acting as both an anecdotal after dinner speaker and motivational rugby speaker at corporate, private and charitable events.

A very approachable and likeable guy who is never shy of speaking his mind or telling a funny story, he is heavily involved in a number of charities, notably the Leicestershire-based children’s charity the Rainbow Trust as well as the national charities HOPEHIV and Our Ladies Children’s Hospital.

To book Lewis Moody MBE as the rugby speaker for your event contact Champions Motivational Speakers, by completing the online form or by telephone on: +44 11509 85 29 27.

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