George Fouche condensed biography: George Fouche was born in King Williams town, South Africa. He is the third generation of international professional rugby players whose career spanned 14 years. He went from representing South Africa schools teams to being a pivotal member of the Blue Bulls u19, u20, u21 and South Africa junior springbok squads. He continued his senior rugby with the blue bulls super 12 and curry cup and even played against the British Lions in 1997. In 1999 he left South Africa for the UK but soon into his stay a horrific neck break (which would have brought most peoples playing careers to an end) led to a renewed motivation to make a comeback and he enjoyed a very lucky 7 years in the English Premiership and the Heineken Cup . George has now retired from playing but his talent and passion was never going to be wasted, NOR were the hardships he suffered growing up going to be in vain. He now lives in a rural area of Suffolk, England with his wife, children, and a menagerie of animals including 40 Welsh section D stud horses and MOST importantly, in addition to his highly recommended Rugby Consultancy agency George now spends the majority of his time racing all over the UK in every type of school and institution imaginable delivering his acclaimed shows and workshops sharing his story as an example that dreams can always be fulfilled, everyone possesses the ten key characteristics to being successful and resilience can be learned. George is the UK’s number ONE educational inspirational speaker.