About James Haskell

Recently retired, James Haskell is one of the best-known elite rugby players and personalities in World Rugby.

Having represented England 77 times, as well as the British and Irish Lions, playing first class club rugby in New Zealand, France, Japan, and England, and working with some of the best coaches and trainers in the world including Eddie Jones and Warren Gatland, James has a true international profile and global credibility within the game.

Now a DJ, best-selling author, podcast host, TV analyst, mental health campaigner, brand ambassador and motivational speaker, James is a multi-talented, inspirational and driven individual who has provided keynote speeches to a host of multi-national corporations.

Since retiring James has had numerous successful media ventures including presenting for Channel 4’s coverage for the Autumn Internationals, presenting on his hit podcast ‘The Good the Bad & the Rugby with 20 million aggregated views per year, DJing at venues such as The Ministry of Sound and in Ibiza and appearances on popular shows I’m A Celeb, A League of their Own and Question of Sport, amongst others.

James is also a published author with his latest book ‘What a Flanker’ selling over 115,000 copies, the third-highest selling sports book in 2020.