Jonny Wilkinson

Series of elevation drawings of Jonny Wilkinson in rugby positions measured with overall height

Jonny Wilkinson gained more fame when he led England to win the 2003 World Cup, besides scoring its winning drop goal. The former rugby union player played fly-half position and has represented the British and Irish Lions, England, Newcastle Falcons, and Toulon and is regarded as the best in the list of rugby union players. At Toulon, he won a Top 14 championship and the Heineken Cup. He has won ninety-one caps for England and six for British and Irish Lions, a Grand Slam, three Triple Crowns, four Six Nations Championships, and admission into the World Rugby Hall of Fame.

Collection of outline illustrations of Jonny Wilkinson in rugby poses

Jonny Wilkinson has a height of 5’10” (1.78 m).

How tall is Jonny Wilkinson?
Jonny Wilkinson is 5 foot 10 inches (1.78 m) tall.


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5’10” | 1.78 m

Nationality: England

Position: Fly-Half

Years Active: 1997-2014

May 25, 1979


Drawings include:
Jonny Wilkinson standing, running, stance

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Rugby is an intensely physical team sport where players attempt to run, throw, or kick a ball to the opposing teams side. First played in early 19th century England, each game is played by two teams of 15 players who attempt to pass or kick a ball laterally or backwards without being tackled.