Toby Flood is arguably one of the greatest out halves England and the world has ever seen. On this latest episode I speak to Toby about his career, what it was like competing against the world’s greatest player ever Johnny Wilkconsin, injuries and setbacks along the way.
Toby opens up about his current mindset as he transitions from the world of professional rugby to the corporate world and the challenges that move presents.
Toby also opens up about his personal life and wonderful three children, however, he describes a traumatic time he and his wife Sally’s life when they lost two children prematurely. They took a flight to Kuala Lumpur which was due to be their last holiday before the babies arrived, and when they landed, they found out the babies had passed away. Toby describes his emotion and how he and his wife managed through that horrific time.
Now with three wonderful kids, Toby’s story gives people hope especially when they are trying their best to conceive. Toby leads with a very important message regarding the importance of opening up and sharing because it helps so many and surprisingly you’ll find out that you’re not alone in the struggles you’r facing.
On a lighter note Toby shares his predictions for this years Six Nations and being a World Cup year the opportunities.
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