Rugby star Kyran Bracken earned 170 Saracens caps and 50 for England – including a big contribution to the famous World Cup win. In his keynote talks, Kyran draws parallels between the sport and business, explaining how the team had several leaders, each responsible for their discipline but following a single game plan. The Dancing on Ice champion is also an entertaining after dinner speaker. Who was the more fearsome: Sir Clive Woodward or Torvill & Dean?
Rugby World Cup winner, Dancing on Ice star, and entrepreneur - Kyran Bracken is one of the UK’s most insightful and engaging after dinner entertainers.
At the age of 13, Kyran earned a rugby scholarship to Stonyhurst School in Lancashire, where his peers were fellow 2003 Rugby World Cup winners Will Greenwood and Iain Balshaw.
Moving on to study Law at Bristol University, Kyran achieved a 2.1 and was offered a place at Bristol Law School. He started work as a trainee solicitor whilst playing rugby for Bristol RFC, from where he was snapped up by the Watford Saracens where he spent two seasons captaining the team.
In 1993 Kyran made his England debut against the All Blacks, and by the end of his career he had won 51 caps. In 2003 Kyran was an integral part of the English world cup winning team. Strong at passing, defending and kicking, his speed on the pitch was unmatched.
He also toured with the British & Irish Lions to South Africa in 1997.
His final England appearance was in the infamous 2003 World Cup game against France.
In 2007 Kyran entered a new realm of sport – this time ice skating! Dancing on Ice showcased the breadth of his physical prowess, and the public adored him. He now owns and runs a touring ice skating show, Kyran’s Ice Party and is involved in many other business enterprises.