David Williams Charles (Will) Carling, England's youngest and most successful rugby captain was 22 years old when we took the position of captain and steered the English side to a memorable back to back Grand Slam win in 1991 and 1992.
To crown these achievements, Will captained England to a dramatic win over the touring All Blacks in 1993, meaning that he captained his team to a win against every major Rugby nation.
His career achievements from 1982 commenced when he represented England Schoolboys, and was Captain in 1984. From 1986 to 1989 he represented Durham University and Durham County, twice becoming divisional Championship winners. From 1990 to 1994, his career achievements included: Playing for London Division - twice Divisional championship winners, Barbarians Captain, Captain of Harlequins RFC - recipients of the John Players Cup (88) Middlesex Sevens Winners (90) Pilkington Cup Winners (91). England achieved 60 Caps during his international career, 53 as Captain. They were Grand Slam Winners in 1991,92, & 95, World Cup Finalists in 1991, World Cup Semi finalists in 95, and Five Nation Championship winners in 1991,1992,1995 and 1996.
Will's business career has been as impressive as his playing successes. From Sedburgh School and Durham University he was commissioned as lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Wales before moving on to a marketing post with Mobile Oil in 1988. In 1991 he founded and became Managing Director of Insights Limited which presents motivational seminars to captains of Industry by captains of Sport.
The company continues to expand its services to Britain's Blue Chip companies using a selection of respected speakers from business and sport.
Famous for his charm and charisma, Will is accustomed to a life in the public eye, and has one of the highest profiles of any Rugby player in history. He speaks on developing a positive environment through goal setting, confidence building, communication and preparation.
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