Sir Clive Woodward
As a coach and leader Sir Clive Woodward is synonymous with two of Great Britain’s most historic sporting achievements - England’s 2003 Rugby World Cup victory and Team GB’s London 2012 Olympic Games.
During his time as an International Rugby player Clive also established a successful business career; later in his career as coach he combined his experiences from both the sports & business arenas. Under Clive’s leadership the England team broke all records in becoming the world’s number one ranked team before becoming World champions in 2003.
In 2006 Clive joined the leadership team at the British Olympic Association as Director of Sport for Team GB where he worked with all key stakeholders in British sport to support our athletes and coaches at the Beijing, Vancouver and London Games. In preparation for London 2012, Clive also established his “One Team” philosophy across the 26 sports to drive performance under the intense pressure of a home games.