Playing for England was a massive honour and when I was in the team, that was all I wanted to focus on
Zara [Phillips] skis very well but is happy to take it easy around me. She will often wait for me when I'm on my snowboard but she can really whizz around if she needs to. I only snowboard if I'm on my own with Zara
if we're with other people who want to go a bit quicker, I will stick with skis
I said I'll need to get my nose straightened one day so that I can breathe properly and that was translated by the press into me having it done.
Mike Tindall is a former rugby player. He has played for the English national team.
He won 75 caps for England between 2000 and 2011. He was the England captain for the rugby squad that won the 2003 World Cup.
Mike Tindall: Age, Parent, Ethnicity
Tindall was born on the 18th of October, 1978, in Otley, Yorkshire. His birth name is Michael James Tindall.
Mike’s father’s name is Philip Tindall who was also an avid rugby player and had captained Otley back in the days.
Later on, his father changed his career from a player to a banker and worked for Barclays. Likely, his mother, Linda Shephard is a social worker.
He started playing rugby at the age of seven with his dad and dad’s brothers.
He doesn’t seem to have siblings. Mike holds British nationality and is of English ethnicity.
He received his education from the private school Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wakefield.
Mike Tindall: Career, Professional life
First, Mike Tindall joined Bath’s rugby squad and started to play rugby when he was just 18 years old. With rugby in his blood, he also began playing the sport. After two years, his career took off. Mike proudly made his debut in the England team and was a regular fixture at both club and international levels.
He was the England captain for the rugby squad and led the team to victory in the 2003 World Cup. Then he has been into different matches and made his career.
Tindall has also played and coached with amateur club Minchinhampton RFC.
In May 2012, he was selected for the Barbarians squad against England at Twickenham, Ireland at Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester, and Wales at the Millennium Stadium.
Likely, in May 2013, Tindall captained the Barbarians against England at Twickenham. In the 2013 tour to Australia, he was replaced for the Barbarians against the British and Irish Lions.
Mike Tindall: Salary, Net Worth
Being one of the successful personalities, his net worth is said to be$5 million.
As a player and a coach at Gloucester Rugby Club, Mike earned about $200,000 a year at least. In the English city of Bath, Mike owns a three-bedroom flat which is worth $756,000 and has been rented out for $2,900 a month. Not just in the UK but also in Dubai, Mike owns a three-bedroom property.
Mike not only earns a fortune from his sporting career but also his other side ventures. He owns his own company called Kimble Trading Vwhose net worth as of 2017 is $713,571.
He also has a string of sponsorship deals with major labels, such as clothing company Musto, as well as Rolex, Land Rover, and Artemis which heightens his net worth.
Mike Tindall: Rumor, controversy
He hasn’t been into any controversies yet. However, he has two criminal convictions for drunk driving.
Body measurement: Height, Weight
This player is tall standing with a height of 6 feet 2 inches and weighing 102 kg. He has blond-colored hair and hazel-colored eyes.
Mike’s nose was broken at least eight times during his rugby career and so he went on surgery in 2018. Now he has his perfect nose fixing his fractures.
His shoe size is unknown.
Mike Tindall is active on Twitter and Instagram with over 162.1K and 72.3k followers. But he is absent on Facebook.