Jason Leonard OBE is a Rugby World Cup Winner who gained a World Record-Breaking 114 caps for England, and is currently the Chairman of the British & Irish Lions.

During his 14 year international rugby career, Jason  played in four Rugby World Cups for England, who became World Champions in 2003 and won four Six Nations Grand Slams in that time.

Jason has been on three prestigious British & Irish Lions tours with five test appearances, including two in the victorious 1997 series win in South Africa. He played six times for the Barbarians, as well as making 290 appearances for his club, Harlequins, spanning both the amateur and professional game.

He earned an MBE for services to sport in 2002, which became an OBE after England’s Rugby World Cup success, and was inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame in 2014.

Jason remains a huge presence in global rugby where he is highly active in governance, and is the current Chairman of the British & Irish Lions. He was President of the RFU from 2015-16 when England hosted the Rugby World Cup and is a Six Nations board member.

Jason Leonard OBE is a Rugby World Cup Winner who gained a World Record-Breaking 114 caps for England, and is currently the Chairman of the British & Irish Lions.

During his 14 year international rugby career, Jason  played in four Rugby World Cups for England, who became World Champions in 2003 and won four Six Nations Grand Slams in that time.

Jason has been on three prestigious British & Irish Lions tours with five test appearances, including two in the victorious 1997 series win in South Africa. He played six times for the Barbarians, as well as making 290 appearances for his club, Harlequins, spanning both the amateur and professional game.

He earned an MBE for services to sport in 2002, which became an OBE after England’s Rugby World Cup success, and was inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame in 2014.

Jason remains a huge presence in global rugby where he is highly active in governance, and is the current Chairman of the British & Irish Lions. He was President of the RFU from 2015-16 when England hosted the Rugby World Cup and is a Six Nations board member.