Rugby World Cup Winner & Motivational Speaker
Kyran Bracken is a former England Rugby Player who was part of the team that won the Rugby World Cup in 2003 and is a motivational speaker and entertaining after-dinner speaker.
Kyran made his England debut against the All Blacks in 1993. Despite competing for the same place in the team with Austin Healey and Matt Dawson, Kryan won 51 international caps with his final appearance in the 2003 World Cup against France.
A highly respected and popular player for both his club and for his country, he captained England on three occasions as well as leading Saracens for two seasons. He also toured with the British & Irish Lions to South Africa in 1997.
Kyran retired from the game at the close of the 2005/06 season.
He often appears on the BBC and Sky Sports TV amongst other channels, in addition to appearing on the pages of publications such as Hello! & Ok!, Men’s Health and GQ.
In 2007 Kryan took part in ITV’s Dancing on Ice winning the overall show and the follow-up show Champion of Champions edition.
Kyran is an entrepreneur, with a property portfolio that spans North London, Jersey, Ireland, and South Africa and he now owns and runs a touring ice skating show, Kyran’s Ice Party as well as having other business interests.
An intelligent and a warm and welcoming speaker, he is regularly called upon to host events and give keynote speeches. He’s insightful, has the ability to educate, engage and entertain an audience and is always good fun to be around.
His speaking topics include:
• Overcoming Adversity
• Transferring Skills
"Kyran was absolutely brilliant and I would certainly highly recommend him for any events I would love to have him back at our dinner over the next few years too!"
— Barr Soft Drinks
"He really engaged with the audience and they loved how he related his experience to the world of Project Management. Kyran had everyone’s full attention in the room and there was no distracting them (rugby fan or not). "