Drew Sullivan is the former Great Britain Basketball captain and represented his country at the Olympic Games in London in 2012. Born in London February 1980, he competed over 100m and 200m in track and field athletics as a schoolboy in Haringey, but what is still his favourite Olympic memory from childhood, watching the American ‘Dream Team’ in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, gave him the drive to be a basketball player. He has been a professional basketball player since 2003 and has played in six countries – the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Cyprus and the UK.
Drew entered 2013 as Great Britain’s second most capped male player and has been team captain in recent years, receiving his 100th cap in 2015. In 2017 he retired from professional basketball.
During his final years of his professional basketball career, He practised jiu jitsu, the Brazilian martial art, because it helped him to improve his flexibility, fitness and muscle endurance, which lead him to launch Drewjitsu in 2016. Drew started RGA Leicester in 2016, providing both adults and kids classes several times per week. in 2017, Drew expanded the brand by launching RGA North East in Blyth.