Dave Flatman

Rugby Player

About Dave Flatman

Dave Flatman is a former English rugby union player and current television pundit and commentator. Born in 1980, Flatman played as a prop for Saracens and Bath, earning several caps for the England national team. Known for his strength, technical proficiency, and work ethic, Flatman enjoyed a successful career in both domestic and international rugby.

After retiring from professional rugby, Flatman transitioned into media, becoming a popular rugby pundit and commentator. His articulate analysis, wit, and engaging personality have made him a favorite among rugby fans and a respected voice in sports broadcasting. In addition to his work in media, Flatman is also involved in various business ventures and charitable activities.

As a public speaker, Dave Flatman focuses on themes such as teamwork, resilience, and transitioning from sports to business. He draws on his rugby career and media experience to provide motivational and insightful talks that emphasize the importance of collaboration, perseverance, and adapting to new challenges. Flatman’s presentations are known for their humor and relatability, making them both entertaining and educational. He often shares personal anecdotes and practical advice, offering audiences valuable insights into achieving success in various aspects of life.

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