Travels from: New South Wales
An in demand NRL speaker giving insights into communication and leadership
Categories: Communication, Leadership, Sports Heroes
Full Presenter Profile & Bio
Starting his sporting career in high school, Brad Fittler has since become a recognisable sporting legend.
In 1989, Brad joined the Penrith Panthers, playing in their 1990 Grand Final loss, then in the Premiership win of 1991.
Five years later, he joined the Sydney Roosters ultimately playing nine seasons including acting as captain and taking them to 2002 Grand Final victory. He retired from the sport in 2004.
Two years after retiring, Brad was brought back into the sporting world by NSW coach Phil Gould. Playing State of Origin for the second and third game. Brad scored the winning try that sealed the NSW victory in the final game, before saying his goodbyes to the sport.
Brad currently remains the youngest NSW State of Origin player, and played more total matches than any other player.
Now seen on Channel 9’s Rugby League coverage, Brad is also an in-demand NRL speaker, delivering presentations loaded with stories from his playing days and impressive insights into the sport.
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