Further Personal Information
||History - University of Nottingham: England
Sport Specific Information
|When and where did you begin this sport?
||He took up hockey at age three.
|Why this sport?
||He followed his older brothers Graeme and James into the sport, and was encouraged by an enthusiastic physical education teacher.
|Club / Team
|Name of coach
||Julian Halls [club], GBR; Bobby Crutchley [national], GBR
|Preferred position / style / stance / technique
||Cat (Athlete, 28 Jan 2010)
||Golf, travelling, going to the cinema. (greatbritainhockey.co.uk, 01 Sep 2014)
|Memorable sporting achievement
||Playing in front of 16,000 spectators at the 2010 World Cup in New Delhi, India. (greatbritainhockey.co.uk, 01 Sep 2014)
|Hero / Idol
||Swiss tennis player Roger Federer. (greatbritainhockey.co.uk, 01 Sep 2014)
||He has injured his ankle ligaments during his career. (Athlete, 28 Jan 2010)
|Sporting philosophy / motto
||"Quit ye like men." [Rise up and act like a man] (greatbritainhockey.co.uk, 01 Sep 2014)
||To compete at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, and work in the legal industry after his hockey career. (telegraph.co.uk, 10 Jan 2014)
He travelled to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing as part of the British Olympic Association's [BOA] Olympic Ambition programme. The programmes was designed to give young athletes experience of the Games as an athlete. (greatbritainhockey.co.uk, 01 Sep 2014)
He lived in Venezuela between the ages of two and five while his father worked there. (telegraph.co.uk, 10 Jul 2012)