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Jonny Wilkinson Net Worth

Jonny Wilkinson Net Worth is
$21 Million

Jonny Wilkinson Bio/Wiki 2018

Jonny Wilkinson is former member of the England national team. Jonny Wilkinson was a points-scoring machine right from his earliest days in professional rugby union. He was also totally devoted to his sport and, away from the pitch and remains a clean living person who has never brought bad press. He’s been the model professional and perfect teammate for Newcastle Falcons, Toulon and England. He would have reached even greater things had it not been for an unfortunate chain of injuries, plus it came as no surprise when he declared his retirement from international rugby in December 2011.

Jonny Wilkinson Net Worth $21 Million

Jonny Wilkinson played 91 times for England, holds the Rugby World Cup points record with 277 and is the sole man to score points in two World Cup finals. In total, Jonny scored 1,179 points for England. After 12 years (and 1,938 points) with Newcastle, Wilkinson signed a two-year deal with the leading French club Toulon in 2009 on a salary of 710,000 a season. The contract has been extended to 2013. Money-Making endorsement deals with Adidas, Gillette and SFR, the French mobile network, take his yearly gains to 2.5m. His company, Jonny W Ltd, showed net assets of nearly 5m in 2010.

Net Worth$21 Million
Date Of BirthMay 25, 1979
Place Of BirthFrimley, Surrey, England, UK
Height5' 10" (1.78 m)
ProfessionRugby Player
EducationDurham University, Lord Wandsworth College
SpouseShelley Jenkins
ParentsPhilipa Wilkinson, Phil Wilkinson
SiblingsMark Wilkinson
AwardsBBC Sports Personality of the Year Award
NominationsLaureus World Sports Award for Sportsman of the Year, Laureus World Sports Award for Comeback of the Year
1"Playing up in Newcastle you quickly gauge the importance of sport. And certainly in England it's clear that football is so important. There's no doubt that the guy's got to have something special to get through all that intrusion to perform every week like that, so I'm more than happy to be labelled with that tag." - on being called 'The Michael Owen of Rugby'
2When I'm practising my mind actually tries to put me off by telling me to look at some guy who's walking his dog behind the pitch. Just as I am trying to kick, my mind is sort of trying to put me off! I think I might have a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde character trait.
3The longest kick he's ever done - "I had one in Newcastle five or six yards behind halfway against the breeze, which was a good one for me. But I suppose my longest international one was against Australia in November, two or three yards behind halfway."
4It's been an amazing week and a half, but I'm missing the team environment" - receiving his MBE Insignia
5I've been sat there staring at Boris Becker, one of my heroes, for half the evening" - winning the BBC Sports Personality Award 2003
1He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2015 Queen's Birthday Honours List for services to Rugby Union.
2He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2015 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his service to Rugby Union. He lives in Hexham, Northumberland, England.
3Currently playing for Toulon in the French Top 14 competition. [August 2009]
4On the road back from a groin injury. Playing for the Newcastle Falcons in England. [May 2006]
5Currently in Australia with the England Team for Rugby World Cup 2003. [October 2003]
6Hexham, Northumberland, England [July 2008]
7Son of Phil Wilkinson and Philippa Wilkinson of Corbridge, Northumberland, England. Brother of Mark Wilkinson.
8He was awarded the 2003 International Rugby Board (IRB) International Player of the Year.
9He was awarded the 2003 BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
10He made his debut for the English rugby team at the age of 18.
11He was awarded the M.B.E. (Member of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2003 Queen's New Years Honours List and the O.B.E. (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2004 Queen's New Years Honours List for his services to Rugby.
12He capped a brilliant 2003 for England by kicking the drop goal that won the World Cup for England, beating great rivals Australia in Australia on November 22nd 2003.


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BBC World News2003TV SeriesHimself
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