|Jonny Wilkinson Wiki/Profile|
|Name/Famous as||Jonny Wilkinson|
|Birthday||May 25, 1979|
|Age||40 years old|
|Other Name||Jonny, Wilkinson|
Jonny Wilkinson Net Worth, Biography, Age, Height, body measurements, family, career, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details. He became teammates with Mike Tindall on England’s national rugby team.
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Jonny Wilkinson Biography
Jonny Wilkinson is best known as a Rugby Player. English rugby star who played fly-half for Toulon and England’s national team. Jonny Wilkinson was born on May 25, 1979 in Frimley, England. He found success at rugby, basketball, cricket and tennis in high school. Jonny Wilkinson is one of the most successful Rugby Player. He has ranked on the list of famous people who were born on May 25, 1979.
Jonathan Peter Wilkinson was born on 25 May 1979 at Frimley Park Hospital in Frimley, Surrey and grew up in Farnham. He attended Pierrepont School, Frensham and Lord Wandsworth College near Hook, Hampshire, and played at youth level for Farnham Rugby Club.
Wilkinson’s brother, Mark, was also a Newcastle player who made 16 appearances in the Premiership for the side between 2002 and 2005, predominantly as a centre. His father, Phil, was a rugby player and cricketer, and his mother, Philippa, played squash at county level.
He also has a position among the list of Most popular Rugby Player. Jonny is 1 of the famous people in our database with the age of 40 years old.
Family: Parents, Children & Relatives
He was raised with a brother named Mark. He married Shelley Jenkins in 2013. He has not shared enough information about family details. However, our team currently working, we will update Family, Sibling, Spouse and Childrens information.
Jonathan Peter Wilkinson, CBE (born 25 May 1979) is an English former rugby union player. A fly-half, he played for Newcastle Falcons and Toulon and represented England and the British and Irish Lions. He is particularly known for scoring the winning drop goal in the 2003 Rugby World Cup Final and is widely acknowledged as one of the best rugby union players of all time.
In 2001, England again won the Six Nations Championship. After the opening win over Wales, Wilkinson set an individual Six Nations Championship points scoring record with 35 points against Italy at Twickenham on 17 February, to overtake the record of his Newcastle Falcons mentor, Rob Andrew. England won all their subsequent matches during the tournament, with the exception of the Irish match, which was postponed until October.
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He gained a place at the University of Durham, but gave his place up in 1997 to become a professional rugby union player with the Newcastle Falcons.
Age, Height & Measurements
Jonny Wilkinson current age 40 years old years old. He born under the Gemini horoscope as Jonny's birth date is May 25. Jonny Wilkinson height 7 Feet 4 Inches (Approx) & weight 140 lbs (63.5 kg) (Approx.). Right now we don't know about body measurements. We will update in this article.
He then participated in England’s “Tour of Hell” in June 1998 that saw them suffer heavy defeats to both New Zealand and Australia (who defeated them 76–0). Wilkinson returned to domestic duties by taking over from Rob Andrew, who was made Falcons head coach (later Director of Rugby), as both their fly-half and goal kicker. Wilkinson became a fixture in the England team, and started in all their matches in the 1999 Five Nations Championship. He played for the Falcons in their 1999 Tetley’s Bitter Cup final defeat to London Wasps.
|Height||5 Feet 6 Inches (Approx)|
|Weight||386 lbs (175 kg) (Approx)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Hair Color||Salt and Pepper|
|Shoe Size||4.5 (US), 3.5 (UK), 37 (EU), 23 (CM)|
Wilkinson started his career at Newcastle School of Rugby as an inside centre, competing for a place with international veterans such as Inga Tuigamala, and Lion Alan Tait. He became a fixture in a side that went on to win the 1997-98 Allied Dunbar Premiership title. By March 1998 he was in the full England Test squad. Wilkinson began his international career as an unused replacement against Scotland, before coming off the bench, replacing Mike Catt, to play on the wing against Ireland at Twickenham on 4 April 1998; he was only 18.
Jonny Wilkinson Net Worth
Estimated Net Worth: $21 Million
Jonny Wilkinson net worth has been growing significantly. Jonny Wilkinson’s most of wealth comes from being a successful Rugby Player. We have estimated Jonny's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth||$21 Million|
|Source of Income||Rugby Player|
|Source of Income||Rugby Player|
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Wilkinson played for England in matches against Australia, the United States and Canada as the 1999 Rugby World Cup approached. He made his Rugby World Cup debut against Italy, scoring one try, converting another six and landing five penalty goals to rack up 32 individual points in the 67–7 win. After playing another pool game against the All Blacks, which England lost 30–16, he was rested against Tonga, a match won by England 101–10. Following the quarter-final playoff win against Fiji, Wilkinson was relegated to the bench for the quarter-final against South Africa. England lost the match by 44–21 and exited the tournament. Clive Woodward refused to expand on his selection choice at the time, and following the match some commentators blamed the head coach’s lack of consistency in team selection as harming England’s World Cup bid.
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The following year Wilkinson played in all five of England’s 2000 Six Nations Championship matches. England won the championship, however they missed a Grand Slam after losing their final match against Scotland. Wilkinson then toured South Africa with England in June 2000, kicking all of the points in their 27–22 win in Bloemfontein. He was then capped another three times for England during the end of year internationals.
The incomplete 2001 Six Nations Championship was concluded in October, with England playing Ireland. England lost 20–14 at Lansdowne Road. Both Ireland and England had won four out of the five Six Nations fixtures, but England’s superior points difference ensured they clinched the title although, for the second year running, not the Grand Slam. In a match against Australia for the Cook Cup in November, Wilkinson scored all of England’s points in their 21–15 victory at Twickenham. After being rested as an unused bench replacement in the subsequent match against Romania, he then played a large role in a win over the Springboks, in which he kicked seven penalty goals in the 29–9 victory. Going for a third Six Nations title in a row, England got off to a good start in their 2002 Six Nations Championship with wins over Scotland and Ireland, before losing to France at the Stade de France. England won their remaining fixtures against Wales and Italy but France went on to complete a Grand Slam. The Falcons were in Pool 6 in the 2001–02 Heineken Cup, and won one match, finishing fourth in the pool.
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