James Hook is a retired Welsh Rugby Union player. He made 6 appearances for the British and Irish Lions on the 2009 tour of South Africa and won 81 caps for Wales. 


In his club career, he has represented Neath, Ospreys, Perpignan and Gloucester, and is now a coach at the Ospreys. 


James has been a Wales Air Ambulance supporter for over a decade, after his eldest son, Harrison, needed the service when he became very ill. James was also at the scene of the Charity’s first-ever mission at Glynneath Rugby Club over 20 years ago. 


Since his retirement, James has co-authored two children’s books under the title ‘Chasing a Rugby Dream’. He has also set up a business called the ‘Fab Four Coffee Company’ with fellow ex-international players.