Ben Cohen is an England Rugby World Cup Winner. He has achieved 57 caps for his country and is second in the all time try scoring record for England, topped only by Rory Underwood. Ben, of course, has not yet finished his Englandrugby career.
After 11 years of playing professional rugby for Northampton Saints, Ben spent 18 months playing for CA Brive inFrancewhere he made a big difference bringing speed, power and experience to a fast developing side. This year Ben has returned to theUKto play with premiership side Sale Sharks and he is looking forward to getting stuck back into English rugby over the next few seasons.
Ben is married to Abby and they have twin daughters, Harriette and Isabelle, who were born in September 2007. They currently live rural Northamptonshire.
Off pitch Ben spends most of his time with his family looking after the twins. His farm in Northamptonshire keeps him busy with a variety of animals from horses to sheep and chickens.
Ben is a qualified helicopter pilot and enjoys motorcycling and clay pigeon shooting, although the demands of a young family mean that there is precious little time for these activities at the current time.