We represent some of the biggest names in sport past and present. We negotiate player contracts and source mutually beneficial commercial partnerships that give brands an association with these sporting legends to create new business opportunities.
Globally, we manage the off field interests of over 1,000 world-class athletes and sporting legends. Here are a few of our clients:
The Australian rugby union coach won World Rugby Coach of the Year in 2017 after coaching the England side to a second successive Six Nations title.
148 caps for his country, back-to-back World Cup winner, three-time World Rugby Player of the Year and a place in All Blacks folklore. You’ll find him in the back row of most all-time World XVs.
Jonny hit the third fastest ODI hundred for England and the fastest by an opener. In 2016, he set the record for the most dismissals & most runs in test matches by a wicket-keeper in a year.
World Cup winner and the highest points scorer in Test match rugby, Dan is considered by many to be the greatest ever fly-half in the history of the game.
World Cup winner and World Rugby Player of the Year for 2016 and 2017, Barrett already has over 60 caps for the All Blacks.
Aimee is a two-time Team GB Olympic snowboarder and former British Champion. She was a popular face of BBC’s Pyeongchang2018 coverage and is a renowned vlogger, influencer and media personality.
Famed for holding the Guinness World Record for the largest wave ever surfed, McNamara continually pushes boundaries and travels the globe to find pieces of ocean yet to be discovered.
Blair broke in to the Scotland squad during the 2018 Six Nations and was a regular starter in their tour to the Americas in the summer of 2018. He was also named in the PRO14 2017/18 Dream Team.
Lavanini is a colossal second row currently playing for Jaguares, having previously represented French side Racing 92. He made his national team debut in 2013 & is a core member of the Pumas outfit.
Unflappable and accurate, his burgeoning global fanbase call him the ‘Ice Man’. Grabbed the rugby world’s attention with a near-perfect performance against England in 2015.
Former Chelsea midfielder and captain of the Nigerian Super Eagles, John Mikel Obi's illustrious career has seen him win an Africa Cup of Nations. the Champions League and two Premier League titles.
He recently called time on an outstanding career, which included 71 caps for his country, a Top 14 title and two Champions Cup triumphs. Now a commentator for Fox Sports.
The Jamaican sprinter is a two-time Olympic Gold medallist, and won gold at the World Championships in 2011. He is currently the world's second fastest man over 100m and 200m.
One of the most gifted players of his generation, El Mago was a mainstay of the Argentina side for 15 years, the highlight of which was taking The Pumas to a third-placed finish at the 2007 World Cup.
Jake Ball, a powerful pace bowler who made his England debut in Tests and ODIs during the 2016 season and became the first England bowler to take five wickets in a one-day international debut.
Kyle represented England through the age-grades before making his senior debut in 2016. His impressive form was rewarded with selection for the British & Irish Lions tour to New Zealand in 2017.
First named as England captain in 2012, Robshaw led the side to 25 wins in his 42 games as captain.
Jamie has become an integral part of the current England first team squad. He also started all three tests on the 2017 British & Irish Lions' tour to New Zealand.
One of the world's greatest all-rounders, scoring over 5,000 runs, and taking 383 wickets in 102 Test matches for England.
Having worked his way up through the England age-groups, Daly also represented the British and Irish Lions for the first time on tour in 2017.
Widely regarded as one of the all time greatest players in the game, he currently holds the world record for playing the most consecutive Test matches and being the World's most capped hooker.
The talented NSW Waratahs scrumhalf has 39 caps for his country, including a stellar season in 2014 where he played in every Test for Australia.
A new face in the Wallabies’ second row stocks, Coleman has flourished in Super Rugby since moving to the Force in 2014.
Secured his first rookie contract in 2014-15 after a number of impressive performances. The left-handed batsman is now a key player for South Australia and the Adelaide Strikers.
From being released by the Sharks academy to the ‘logical choice’ for the next Springboks captain it has been an extraordinary rise for ‘Wazza’, a rise which also includes a Commonwealth gold medal.
He described it as one of the ‘proudest days of his life’ as he led his country to the 2016/17 World Rugby Sevens Series title, a success which followed a Olympic Games bronze medal in Rio.
Springbok and NTT Docomo Japanese Top League player
Reached best ATP ranking of number 18 in Jan 2016
Two excellent Test Match performances for the British & Irish Lions in the drawn series in New Zealand added to his already rising stock after Gland Slam, Premiership and Challenge Cup titles.
England and Middlesex opening bowler with two Ashes titles to his name. In June 2005, aged 16, he became the youngest ever first-class cricketer.
Three time Lions tourist, including player of the tour in 2013, two-time Grand Slam winner and the best goal kicker in world rugby.
A former Australia Under-19 player, the left-handed batsman and off-spin bowler is now an important member of the senior team in ODI and T20 formats.
The Welsh winger has 75+ caps for his country, including a Grand Slam in 2012. A two-time Lion who scored what is widely regarded as one of the great individual tries in the first Test Match in 2013.
A trophy cabinet that includes a Grand Slam, two Premiership and two European Champions Cup titles. Add to that a British & Irish Lions tour and you can see why George is so highly regarded.
He couldn’t quite out-run a Cheetah but his blistering pace and skill has helped win a World Cup, in which he scored a record-equaling seven tries and the coveted World Rugby Player of the Year title.
A stalwart of the Wallabies front row, with 80 caps for his country including 13 World Cup appearances. Sekope was key figure in a fearsome Australian pack that reached the World Cup Final in 2015.
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