ROGERS Chloe < Back  
Sport Hockey
CGA England   
Gender Women
Born 30 Mar 1985 in Harlow, ENG
Height1.61 m
Weight 59 kg
Human Interest
Further Personal Information
Residence Maidenhead, ENG
Occupation Athlete
Languages English
Higher education Sports Management - Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College: High Wycombe, ENG
Sport Specific Information
When and where did you begin this sport? She first played hockey when she was seven on the netball courts at her primary school.
Why this sport? A teacher at her primary school encouraged her to try the sport. Her father also played hockey.
Club / Team Leicester: Leicester, ENG
Name of coach Chris Mayer [club], Danny Kerry [national]
Preferred position / style / stance / technique Midfield
Handedness Right
International Debut
Year 2003
Competing for England
Opponent Japan
Location England
General Interest
Nicknames Ginger, Rodge (Athlete, 07 Aug 2009)
Hobbies Playing golf, playing tennis, listening to music and watching football. (Athlete, 07 Aug 2009)
Memorable sporting achievement Winning bronze at the 2010 World Cup in Rosario, Argentina. (Athlete, 03 Jul 2011)
Most influential person in career British hockey player Karen Brown. (Athlete, 31 Jul 2008)
Hero / Idol English footballer Gary Lineker, New Zealand rugby player Jonah Lomu and English athlete Sally Gunnell. (Athlete, 07 Aug 2009)
Superstitions / Rituals / Beliefs She re-ties her shoelaces before the start of a match, usually in the team huddle. (Athlete, 31 Jul 2008)
Sporting philosophy / motto "Some people want it to happen, some people wish it to happen, and only a few make it happen." (Athlete, 31 Jul 2008)
Other sports She was one of the youngest ever finalists in the Daily Telegraph's Junior Golf Championship in England and became the British Universities Sports Association's women's individual stroke play champion in 2007. (telegraph.co.uk, 12 Sep 2007)
Ambitions To win a gold medal at the Olympic Games. (Athlete, 07 Aug 2009)
Other information EARLY DAYS
She was inspired to become an Olympian after watching Great Britain's Sally Gunnell winning gold in the 400m hurdles at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain. (telegraph.co.uk, 12 Sep 2007)