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Sport Former England Rugby Captain Dylan Hartley Joins Us At Esquire Townhouse

15:05  14 october  2020
15:05  14 october  2020 Source:   esquire.co.uk

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England rugby legend Dylan Hartley will join us at Esquire Townhouse at Your House with Brietling for an honest and uncompromising reflection on what he's learned at the very top of the toughest team sport around. Hartley is England ’s most capped hooker with 97 caps; only two other players - Jason

Dylan Hartley (born 24 March 1986) is a New Zealand-born former rugby union player who played as hooker for Northampton Saints. Hartley was the captain of England from January 2016 until the end of his international career in 2018.

England rugby legend Dylan Hartley will join us at Esquire Townhouse at Your House with Brietling for an honest and uncompromising reflection on what he's learned at the very top of the toughest team sport around.

Dylan Hartley looking at the camera: Discussing the lessons he's learned the hard way © Nick Harvey Discussing the lessons he's learned the hard way

Hartley is England’s most capped hooker with 97 caps; only two other players - Jason Leonard and Ben Youngs - have played more times for England. Thirty of these appearances were as captain, for which his win record of 85% will go down as amongst the very best.

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Former England captain ’s soon-to-be published autobiography could loosen a few tongues among Dylan Hartley rates Eddie Jones’s coaching very highly but says playing for England felt like a Not easy, clearly, and potentially career-shortening, but The Hurt underlines what many of us who sit

Dylan Hartley insisted he would not change a thing about his career after announcing injury had forced the former England captain to retire. “ Dylan has had a significant international career playing for his country, and was a tough, enduring character for us ,” Jones said.

Named England captain in 2016 under then new coach Eddie Jones, he took England to their first Six Nations Grand Slam since 2003. They followed it with a 3-0 win away in Australia that same year.

The physical and mental strain of life at this level took its toll, however, and after trying to battle back from a serious knee injury in time for the Japan World Cup in 2019, he announced his retirement later that year.

Hartley’s autobiography 'The Hurt', released in September, will go down as one of the sport books of the year, taking an unflinching approach to the highs and lows of professional sport, with an array of anecdotes on life inside the scrum, inside the changing room and inside the England inner circle, plus plenty of strong views on the current state of the game and its future.

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Dylan Hartley looking at the camera © Viking dylan hartley

It’s not just for rugby fans though – Hartley is typically outspoken on the wider lessons he’s learned on leadership, resilience, mental health, handling failure and disappointment and what it takes to succeed in any field.


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