Participants

Natasha HUNT

Natasha HUNT
    Rugby Sevens
Birth Date:  21 Mar 1989
Age:  29
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  165
Weight (Kg):  63

Events and Medals


Sport Event Rank
RUG Rugby Sevens Women 3 Bronze

Natasha HUNT - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Fri, 13 Apr 17:15
Women Pool Round - Pool B
Fiji
5
England
17
Finished
Fri, 13 Apr 20:17
Women Pool Round - Pool B
Australia
29
England
12
Finished
Sat, 14 Apr 18:59
Women Pool Round - Pool B
England
45
Wales
0
Finished
Sun, 15 Apr 11:21
Women Semifinal
New Zealand
26
England
5
Finished
Sun, 15 Apr 13:55
Bronze Medal Event Women Bronze Medal Match
Canada
19
England
24
Finished

Biographical Information


Highlights
Olympic Games
Year Location Rank
2016 Rio de Janeiro, BRA 4

World Series
Year Location Rank
2015/16 Various 4
2014/15 Various 4
2012/13 Various 2

World Cup
Year Location Rank
2013 Moscow, RUS 6

Nickname: Mo, Huntie (Instagram, 27 Mar 2018)
Occupation: Athlete, physical education teacher (Twitter, 26 Mar 2018)
Education: Hartpury College, England; coach education and sports development at University of Bath, England
Languages spoken: English
Coach

NATIONAL: James BAILEY (ENG) (worldrugby.org, 28 Jan 2018)


Position style: Back
Injuries

Foot injury caused her to miss the startof the 2017/18 season. (englandrugby.com, 4 Jan 2018)


Reason: "When I was 15, I stood in my grandma’s kitchen and told her that one day I wanted to play for England. I didn't know what sport, I just knew I wanted to compete at the highest level. I wasted no time in my teenage years trying as many sports as possible. After a semi-successful netball career, I embarked on a new sporting challenge. I jumped at the chance to get back into rugby when my former PE teacher mentioned it." (womeninsport.org, 5 Oct 2016)
Hero: English rugby players, Sue DAY and Susie APPLEBY (englandrugby.com, 4 Jan 2018)
Influence: "My family are really driven and have really strong females. Also Giselle MATHER (ENG), who was my U20 coach." (englandrugby.com, 30 Jul 2017)
Additional information

WORLD CUP
Member of the England team that won the 2014 Rugby World Cup in France, and finished runners-up in Ireland three years later. (telegraph.co.uk, 25 Aug 2017)


Social Media

Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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