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Jamie Heaslip pivots towards a healthy new career with plans to move into tech and wellbeing

15th July, 2018
Jamie Heaslip at UrbanVolt HQ in Dublin Picture: Naoise Culhane

A quick catch up with Jamie Heaslip, taking refuge from blistering sunshine in his pub, The Bridge 1859, for some, eh, iced mint tea, actually in his case and coffee in mine.

Not for him the bloat that hits some sports people when they move off the rugby pitch. He is skinny as a lash having dropped some bulk now that he no longer needs it to wreak havoc from the back row.

After doing some...

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