Lewis Moody MBE

FORMER LEICESTER, ENGLAND AND BRITISH LIONS STAR WHO WON THE 2003 WORLD CUP

Previous England Captain Lewis Moody MBE is a British rugby speaker and former rugby union player known for his energetic and passionate personality both on and off the field. Given the nickname “Mad Dog” Moody was a skilled and enthusiastic player with a fiery temper that got him in trouble on more than one occasion; a bit of a rogue Moody became popular with fans in the autumn of 2002 when he found himself the favoured choice of replacement in the multi-player challenge for fellow rugby speaker Neil Back’s coveted Number 7 shirt.

Often called upon to discuss his professional career at after dinner speaker events Moody is still remembered for his on-field skills. However, dogged by injury throughout his career Moody played in fits and starts, though when he did play he was consistently applauded for an impressive and electric performance.

Retiring in 2011 Lewis Moody MBE has gone on to become a specialist sports speaker, touring the UK acting as both an anecdotal after dinner speaker and motivational rugby speaker at corporate, private and charitable events. An entertainer, inspiring icon within British sport and natural sportsman, can offer a wide range of tips, tricks and advice in which have already benefitted organisations from SME’s to multi-national corporations.

Outside his work, as a sports speaker Lewis Moody MBE is heavily involved in a number of charities, notably the Leicestershire based children’s charity the Rainbow Trust as well as the national charities HOPEHIV and Our Ladies Children’s Hospital. Lewis has also set up his own charity named The Lewis Moody Foundation, which aims to spread awareness surrounding brain tumours in children through their Head Smart campaign.

To book Lewis Mooder for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency using the contact details below.

When at corporate events, Lewis is known to cover the following topics:

  • Sporting Success
  • Rugby Union
  • England Rugby Team
  • HOPEHIV
  • Drive & Determination
  • Peak Performance