British Rugby Union player and Six Nations captain
Tamara Taylor is an English rugby union player who captained England in the 2015 Women’s Six Nations Championship. In a decade of international selection, second-row Tamara has been capped 78 times, played in three world cups, latterly as a winner, and at 33 thought she had ticked all her boxes. Then along came fate and the captain’s armband.
An elite sportswomen, leader and pioneer in her sport, Tamara speaks eloquently about the participation of women in a sport as hostile as rugby, offering insights into teamwork, stereotypes and the evolving world of women’s sport.