Jason Leonard OBE - England 114 Caps

England Rugby’s most-capped player, with 114 caps for England, a further 5 for the British & Irish Lions, and in 2003 a Rugby World Cup win in Australia. He was awarded the OBE in 2004 for services to sport, and is currently RFU President.Read more

Maro Itoje - England 22 Caps And Counting

Already legendary second row, playing for England and the Lions. Also a politics graduate and interested in Atlas’s international development work. Maro is our Global Champion for the Atlas All Schools programme.Read more

Maggie Alphonsi - England 70 Caps

Flanker who represented England on 70 occasions, and won the Women’s Rugby World Cup in 2014. First woman to win the Rugby Writer’s Pat Marshall award, winner of the Sunday Times Sportswoman of the year in 2010, she is now a respected TV presenter and in 2016 was elected to the RFU Council.Read more

Juan Figallo - Argentina 24 Caps

Juan Figallo, "Chipi" is an Argentinian Prop who plays club rugby for Saracens. He was in the Argentinian Rugby World Cup squad in 2011 and 2015, and was named tighthead prop of the tournament in 2011.Read more

Ian Robertson - Scotland 8 Caps

Ian Robertson is a Scottish broadcaster, writer and former international rugby player. He is best known as a rugby union commentator for BBC Radio.Read more

Alistair Hargreaves - South Africa 4 Caps

Alistair Hargreaves is a former rugby union player that played as a lock. He has played for Sharks and Saracens and has picked up 4 caps playing for South Africa.Read more

Stefan Terblanche - South Africa 37 Caps

Stefan Terblanche has gained 37 caps for South Africa. He has played for Sharks, Boland Cavaliers, Ulster and Ospreys. Stefan delivers Atlas All Schools programmes in South Africa.Read more

Shane Byrne - Ireland 41 Caps

Shane is a former hooker for Ireland and also won four caps with the Lions on the New Zealand tour of 2005. He played most of his club rugby with Leinster and a short stint with Saracens. Shane is much loved and remembered for his fearsome mullet haircut. He is now a successful businessman and burgeoning media celebrity, in 2014 he got his acting debut in Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie.Read more

Catherine Spencer - England 63 Caps

Catherine is the former England Women’s captain and no.8 who won six Six Nations Titles, five Grand Slams and led the team to the final in the 2010 World Cup in New Zealand. She retired from international rugby in 2011 and founded her own company Inspiring Women which provides organisations with inspiring women to develop talent and leadership.Read more

Martyn Williams - Wales 100 Caps

Martyn is a flanker who appeared 100 times for Wales, 4 for the British and Irish Lions, and captained his country. He currently holds the Welsh record for most appearances in the Five and Six Nations championships.Read more

Peter Rogers - Wales 18 Caps

Peter is a former Prop who played for Wales, but played most of his club rugby in South Africa. His strong links and knowledge of the country make him a valuable Champion of our work both in Wales, and in Africa.Read more

Les Cusworth - England 12 Caps

Fly half for Leicester and England, Les played in the Tigers three-time Premiership cup winning side. He went on to coach the England Sevens team to World Cup victory in 1993. He became Director of Rugby at Worcester RFC and then at the Argentina Rugby Union. He continues to live in Buenos Aires and champions Atlas’s All Schools programme in Argentina.Read more

Bob Skinstad - South Africa 42 Caps

Bob is a former Springbok captain and Rugby World Cup winner. He has played in Wales and England as well as South Africa and frequently captained the Barbarians. After international rugby Bob started his own company, represents a number of public bodies and charities, including his own Foundation, and works as a presenter for Sky Sports.Read more

Joel Stransky - South Africa 22 Caps

Joel is best remembered as the fly half who scored all of South Africa’s points and the winning drop goal against New Zealand in the 1995 World Cup Final.  He has his own SA educational charity and our Champion for the Atlas All Schools programme in Israel.Read more

Don James Jr - USA 9 Caps

Don was a tighthead prop who represented the USA 9 times, won the Collegiate title 4 times with the University of California, played in Ireland, at Harlequins and for Oxford in the Varsity Match. He also played high level football (the American kind). He is on the US Rugby Foundation Board of Directors and in the University of California Athletic Hall of Fame. He founded and runs a successful IT company with offices around the world.Read more

Pepsii Kamaldeep Dagar - India Captain

Known as Pepsii, Kamaldeep Dagar plays for Delhi Hurricanes and was formerly captain of the national team. Pepsii has a full time job with the police force in Delhi. The Hurricanes were the first club to ever do the double with both the men’s and women’s teams winning the All India tournament.Read more

Philippe Sella - France 111 Caps

Philippe is a former French centre who held a world record for the most international appearances with 111 caps, until he was overtaken by ATLAS’s own Jason Leonard.  He is one of only five players to have scored a try in every game during a five nations season. He became a member of the IRB Hall of Fame in 2008.Read more

Gareth Chilcott - England 14 Caps

Played at prop for England and toured with the British & Irish Lions in Australia. He acted in the revived stage play Up ‘n’ Under and appeared in a rugby special of the television show Come Dine with Me.Read more

Thinus Delaport - South Africa 18 Caps

Thinus Delport played for South African at wing or fullback and thereafter for Worcester, Gloucester and in Japan. He is a regular commentator for Sky Sports.Read more

Matt Hampson - England U21

“Hambo” played prop for England U21’s before suffering a critical injury in practice in 2005. He established his own Foundation and helps rugby players and others with critical injuries recover and “get busy living”. He is an active supporter of his own and other charities, and an established writer for local, international and specialist rugby publications.Read more

George Gregan - Australia 139 Caps

The Australian scrum-half with the quick wit and fastest distribution in world rugby is the most capped player in the international game, playing in 139 Tests for Australia. He played in three Rugby World Cups, winning one.Read more

David Sole OBE - Scotland 44 Caps

David made his Scotland debut in 1986 against France and went on to win 44 caps at prop, with a record 25 as captain. He also made three appearances for the British Lions in Australia in 1989. He now has a successful media and corporate career. In 1993 he was awarded the OBE for services to Rugby Football.Read more

Richard Harry - Australia 37 Caps

Richard was a hard-running loosehead prop and an integral part of the Wallabies during a golden era, which included clinching the Bledisloe Cup in 1998 and retaining it for the next three years, winning the Rugby World Cup in 1999, and a Tri Nations triumph in 2000.Read more

Fernando De La Fuente - Uruguay U21

Fernando played fly-half for Uruguay U21 and for Old Boys Club. He recently earned his MBA degree from London Business School and is successfully developing his career both as a Strategy Consultant and as an Entrepreneur. Fernando has been an energetic supporter of several charities, especially those focused on education.Read more

John Eales - Australia 86 Caps

John Eales was given the nickname “Nobody” because “Nobody’s perfect”. He captained Australian and won the Rugby World Cup twice.Read more

Alessandro Moscardi - Italy 45 Caps

Alessandro played hooker for Italy 45 times including captaining his country on 17 occasions. He led his club Treviso to the Italian title before announcing his retirement from club rugby in the summer of 2003. He now has a successful corporate career.Read more

Carlo Checchinato - Italy 83 Caps

Carlo is the current Italian national team manager. As a player he represented Italy at World Cups in 1995, 1999 and 2003. He earned 83 caps and scored 21 tries, an international try total for forwards that he held until 2007.Read more

Gary Halpin - Ireland 11 Caps

Gary is a former prop for Ireland. He made his debut in 1990 and played at international level until 1995. He was part of the Ireland Rugby World Cup squad in 1991 and 1995. He is now 1st XV coach at Christ College, Wales but returns home regularly to support ATLAS in Ireland.Read more

Dan Crowley - Australia 55 Caps

Dan played prop for Australia and is one of a very select band of players to be a double world champion having won Rugby World Cups in 1991 and 1999. He also worked as an undercover police officer specialising in busting drug-rings. He has written of these experiences in a book Undercover Prop.Read more

Agustín Pichot - Argentina 71 Caps

Gus is the former Argentinian scrum half and captain who took Argentina to third place in the 2007 Rugby World Cup. He has played for teams in England and France and was the first foreign captain of a French team to win the French Championship.Read more