Jamie Peacock MBE



Jamie Peacock MBE is one of the most famous Rugby League players of all time, captaining England and Great Britain; a highly accomplished speaker who engages his audience through his wealth of experience in the high-pressure world of professional sports. 

Jamie runs a number of successful enterprises ranging from Health & Wellbeing programs for students, to motivational talks targeting self-improvement, leadership and team collaboration. His Building Champions program drives personal performance and builds strong, lasting leadership habits.

Companies that have used this program include the NHS, HSBC, McDonalds, O2 and Sky Bet, creating winning team cultures across all organisational levels. 

Jamie also works commercially for the Leeds Rhinos and the BBC.

Jamie is a keen endurance runner, having completed 4 marathons and 3 ultra-marathons, the furthest being a 104-mile quadruple marathon around London. All of these have been completed to raise money for several charities including MND, Greenhouse Sports Project and Sue Ryder Hospices, with over £100,000 being raised.

The dedication and discipline honed over the course of his rugby career has been instrumental in developing his recipe for personal success. Jamie Peacock played over 550 times over 19 seasons including 49 caps for his country which he captained for 8 years. 

At the end of his career in 2015 he had become the most decorated player of the modern Super League era winning a total of 9 Grand Finals, 4 Challenge Cup Finals, 4 World Club Challenges; as well as being selected in the Super League Dream Team 11 times, the World 13 twice and Worlds’ Best Forward twice. In 2011, he was awarded an MBE in recognition for his services to the game.

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