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Mike Burak is a Canadian former international rugby union footballer. He was born on 9 October, 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia. He played for Canada at the 2003 Rugby World Cup and was part of the team that won the Churchill Cup in 2004. Burak began his rugby career at the University of British Columbia, where he was a member of the Thunderbirds team that won the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship in 2001. He then went on to play professionally for the Vancouver Island Crimson Tide, the Prairie Wolf Pack, and the Ontario Blues. Burak was a member of the Canadian national team from 2002 to 2006, and was part of the team that won the Churchill Cup in 2004. He was also part of the Canadian team that competed at the 2003 Rugby World Cup. Burak retired from professional rugby in 2006 and is now a coach. He is currently the head coach of the Vancouver Island Crimson Tide, and is also the head coach of the Canadian national under-20 team. As of 2021, Mike Burak's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.

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Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 9 October, 1980
Birthday 9 October
Birthplace Vancouver, British Columbia

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Mike Burak Height, Weight & Measurements

At 43 years old, Mike Burak height is 201 cm and Weight 118 kg.

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Weight 118 kg
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Mike Burak Net Worth

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In 2008, Burak moved to England and signed with Cornish Pirates. Following a season in the southwest, Burak returned to Vancouver and the UBCOB Ravens.


In 2005, he moved to Sydney, where he spent a season playing for Northern Suburbs RFC in the Shute Shield. Having established himself as a regular for the national team, Burak signed with Pau in the summer of 2006. He spent two seasons with the southern France club.


After graduation in 2003, he travelled to Australia to watch the 2003 Rugby World Cup. Determined to make the Canadian team, Burak returned to Vancouver after the world cup and played for the UBC Old Boys Ravens; the premier XV lost in the provincial final to Capilano RFC. The following summer he made his debut for Canada at the 2004 Churchill Cup.


Burak quickly became a regular for the varsity XV, despite not having played rugby since his high school days. In 2002-03, Burak was part of a powerful UBC XV that went undefeated in league play on the way to the provincial first division title. The team also featured future Canadian internationals Chris Pack, Ryan McWhinney and Eric Wilson.


Originally a standout basketball player at Lord Byng Secondary School in Vancouver, Burak played for two seasons at the University of British Columbia. After being cut from the men's varsity basketball squad in the 2000-2001 preseason, Burak switched to the UBC men's varsity rugby program, under head coach Spence McTavish. McTavish had coached Burak for the Lord Byng rugby team.


Michael Burak (born October 9, 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a Canadian former international rugby union footballer. He won 29 caps for Canada between 2004 and 2009.