Tony Stanger represented Scotland 52 times at Rugby Union and is currently their joint top try-scorer of all time. He scored arguably the most famous try in Scottish rugby history to win the Grand Slam in 1990 and represented the British & Irish Lions on their victorious tour to South Africa in 1997.
He has a 1st Class honours degree in Applied Sports Science and an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Edinburgh. After retiring from rugby in 2001 he was a full-time coach at the Leads Rugby Academy and London Irish for seven years and then spent a further seven years as the Head of Talent at the Scottish Institute of Sport. He now runs a talent system consultancy company, Stangerpro.
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