Lewis Moody Bath, UK
- Former England Rugby captain
- 71 England caps making him the most capped England flanker
- Outstanding after dinner and motivational speaker
Lewis Moody MBE will go down in history as one of England’s finest and most charismatic players, after injury forced the most capped England flanker to call time on his illustrious career.
Lewis’ charm, charisma and team ethic made him a committed leader, captaining the England rugby team from 2010-11. With 2 World Cup Finals, 2 6 Nations Championship Winners Medals, 2 Heineken Cup Winners Medals and 7 Premiership Winners Medals under his belt, Lewis is a true rugby legend, winning next to everything there is to win in the game he loves. His determination, enthusiasm and doggedness at the re-start and breakdown earned him the nickname “Mad-Dog Moody”.
Lewis played with pride, passion and dedication, over-coming illness and injury to give his all on the pitch. Now retired, Lewis is a professional and established brand ambassador, rugby pundit and motivational public speaker. He has also competed in many challenges and expeditions, including the Yukon Arctic Ultra, described as the world’s coldest and toughest ultra marathon.
Outside his work as a sports speaker, Lewis is a patron and supporter of a number of charities including The Social Entrepreneurs Project, HOPEHIV, Rainbow Trust children’s charity and Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital. He has also recently set up The Lewis Moody Foundation, supporting young families facing a life threatening or serious illness.