Born in Ireland, Kyran Bracken could have worn the green of the Emerald isle, but he grew up in Liverpool and so it was the English Rose he wore on his chest when England won the Rugby World Cup in 2003 against France. Kyran read Law at the University of Bristol whom he represented at rugby union and later qualified as a solicitor.
A highly respected and popular player for both his club and for his country, he captained England on three occasions - making his England debut against the All Blacks in 1993 - 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 and is now a talented and thought provoking speaker who is very much in demand. He is regularly called upon to MC events and give motivational business speeches. He’s insightful, has the ability to educate, engage and entertain an audience, and is always great fun to be around. Amongst the topics that Kyran addresses during his business speeches are: Leadership, Overcoming Adversity, Winning, and Transferring Skills.
Popular with the media, he appears frequently 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, Kyran won ITV's Skating On Ice, endearing himself to viewers and judges alike; he went on to win the Champion of Champions edition. In 2014, he took part in the final series of Dancing On Ice.
Kyran is a superb Motivational Business Speaker, and is equally talented as a Host for all types of Sports Events and Golf Days. For further information, contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent via the online booking enquiry form or alternatively call 020 7251 8222.
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