Vicky Fleetwood was a top athlete in her youth, specialising in hurdles, and her natural speed was a huge asset on the rugby pitch when she began playing at school in Nuneaton.
She made her full England debut at the age of 21 and had reached 50 caps by July 2015.
That year she became involved in England Sevens at the Rugby Europe Grand Prix in Kazan, and she played the final three legs of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in 2018 before featuring in the Sevens World Cup in San Francisco.
She returned to the 15s format and to Saracens for the 2018/19 season. Fleetwood’s first spell at Sarries came after she was part of the successful England squad that lifted the 2014 World Cup in France.
Away from rugby, Fleetwood is a qualified personal trainer and is passionate about fitness and nutrition.
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