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    Interview followed by Q&A
    7pm for 7.30pm start – ends 8.30pm
    The Loft


    Jonathan Mark Webb is a former English Rugby Union footballer who represented England in 33 Test Matches. He played for two clubs, first Bristol and then Bath, where he played mainly at fullback. His career representing England lasted from 1987 until 1993, a period in which he participated in both the 1987 and 1991 Rugby World Cups and scored a total of 296 points for his country. He is now a Board Director of the RFU and England’s representative on the World Rugby Council.

    After retiring from sport in 1993 Jonathan focused on his medical career. He is now a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in all aspects of knee treatment. He is also founder and director of an independent, multi-disciplinary, sports medicine clinic in Bristol, and part of the Fortius Clinic, a leading London orthopaedic and sports medicine centre.

    As a former player, Jonathan has invaluable insight into the pressures facing sports professionals and has treated national and international athletes from a variety of sports. He has a particular interest in arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery and treatment of knee ligament injuries using latest day stay techniques for rapid patient recovery and rehabilitation.

    Jonathan will be interviewed by long time friend, and familiar Ivy Club member, Dr Harry Brunjes, Chair of English National Opera, who will be keeping the conversational ball in play, as they discuss the upcoming Rugby World Cup, as well as interesting aspects sports medicine and life in general, promising plenty of insights and anecdotes along the way.


    This event is free to members and their guests.

    To be added to the guest list please contact Charlotte