Best known for his work on BT Sport's Premiership Rugby coverage, Nick Mullins is a British journalist, sports commentator and speaker. A leading figure within the culture of rugby, Nick also has experience covering a range of other sports from the Olympics in Sydney, Athens and London to Wimbledon, the London Marathon, The University Boat Race and the Manchester Commonwealth games.
Nick started his career as a journalist with the Loughborough Trader and Loughborough Echo before finally joining the BBC in 1985 and moving to BBC Radio Sport by 1991. As a member of the Rugby Special team Nick covered all the huge rugby games from the Six Nations Championship and Heineken Cup to the Premiership and Anglo-Welsh cup. Nick has been a regular commentator for the Olympic games right since 1996, additionally he got the honour to commentate at Wimbledon for Radio 5.
2010 saw Nick make a big career move from BBC to ESPN's rugby coverage he also became Sports chief commentator for ITV at both the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand and the 2015 World Cup. By 2013 Nick had moved over to BT Sport due to their acquisition of the Premiership Rugby rights and their takeover of ESPN. When Nick isn't commenting he is an established writer who writes columns for ESPN Scrum.com and provides blogs from events he has commentated at including the French Open and the Olympic Games.
Nick has made a big name for himself within the broadcasting industry making him in high demand as a speaker for sports and other topics. With his experience in the media he is a confident speaker who delivers high quality and faultless performances especially in his areas of passion. Providing a range of hilarious stories from his time working alongside some of the best in rugby and watching some of the finest plays out on the field Nick effortlessly entertains his audiences as a rugby speaker. Bringing a fresh outlook into the game Nick, the world renowned commentator would make the perfect addition to your event.