Kenny Logan is a former international rugby player, best known for playing on the wing for London Wasps and Scotland.
Winning his first international rugby cap aged 19, Kenny enjoyed an impressive career, playing 70 times for Scotland. Other rugby accolades include winning the 5 Nations Championship in 1999, 3 English Premiership league titles, the Scottish Championships with Stirling County RFC and the Heineken Cup with London Wasps.
Kenny successfully made the transition from sportsman to businessman when he founded his own sports marketing agency, Logan Sports Marketing. The agency represents some of the biggest brands in sport and specialises in brand development, sponsorship strategy, rights holder management, events and hospitality.
In 2018 Kenny spotted an opportunity to create a broad-based competition for everyday athletes and fitness fans. Designed to test the main pillars of fitness: strength, endurance, force and speed, National Fitness Games is now a multi-event series across the UK.
Kenny has faced extraordinary challenges in his personal life. He struggles with severe dyslexia and only learnt to read and write at the age of 30, with motivation and support from his wife, sports journalist and TV presenter, Gabby Logan.
With a focus on his passion for sport and desire to help others overcome adversity, Kenny works with several charities. As well as The Prince’s Trust, Sparks, and the Clean-up Britain Campaign, he raises funds for the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation, set up by his friend and former teammate, Doddie Weir.
In 2020 Kenny co-founded Icons Art, a unique concept that sees icons of sport and entertainment creating artworks of their memorable moments. The aim is to provide exclusive fundraising opportunities for foundations of athletes and artists around the world.
Kenny is a superb public speaker, lighting up a room with tales of his life’s transitions; from farmer to international rugby player - and now businessman.