Rugby World Cup winner Will Greenwood recently provided Chartwell with a fascinating insight into England’s triumph in 2003 and the main reasons underpinning the team’s success, both on and off the field.
He reveals Sir Clive Woodward’s pivotal role in the victory, the difference between good players and great players, and the mental belief required to win the biggest rugby tournament in the world.
Will Greenwood is a popular after dinner speaker and writes a regular column for the Daily Telegraph offering rugby analysis throughout the season.
With the upcoming 2011 Rugby World Cup kicking off in New Zealand in September, Chartwell is also hosting an event on July 6th to discuss whether this year’s competition will end in ignominious defeat or triumphant glory for England. England greats Martin Bayfield and Kyran Bracken will be joined by BBC presenter Gabby Logan in what promises to be a lively conversation only weeks before the competition starts.