Jason Robinson has played at all levels of rugby, using League and Union codes at different stages. He started playing full-time at the early age of 16 with Wigan Wanderers, one of the most successful Rugby League clubs of the day. He transferred to Rugby Union to play for the Sale Sharks in 2000 and has stayed there since. Jason fast-tracked to the England squad, fulfilling his dream of becoming a regular in the England line-up. The Full-Back player, who earned himself the nickname "Billy Whizz" in his early years, is now said to be a dedicated family man and Born Again Christian. Apparently, Jason regularly relives the crucial try against Australia that he made in the World Cup final, helping to bring the cup to England.