Jonny Wilkinson is widely acknowledged as one of the best rugby union players of all time.
He was an integral member of the England Rugby World Cup-winning squad, scoring the winning drop goal in the last minute of extra time to defeat Australia in the 2003 final.
He won two European Cups plus a top 14 Title with Toulon where he moved to in 2008 following twelve seasons in the English Premiership with the Newcastle Falcons. Jonny has also toured twice with the British and Irish Lions, in 2001 to Australia and in 2005 to
Appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2015, Jonny was named BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year in 2003 and IRB International Player of the year in the same year.
His converted penalty against Scotland on 8 March 2008, took him 3 points past Neil Jenkins record tally of 1090 test points and he also passed Ronan O’Gara to regain the overall points scoring record for the Six Nations during the 2010 tournament.
Jonny holds the all-time Rugby World Cup points scoring record with 277 and is the only player in history to score points in two Rugby World Cup Finals.
He is passionate about physical, mental and emotional wellbeing and the sustainability of the planet. He talks about wellbeing and sustainability at a number of levels including the opportunity for growth and the inherent relationship between performance and sustainability.
He is proud to be sharing a platform at the Sport Positive Summit with experts from RSK.