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Tom Bowen's rugby career started at Plymouth Albion, transitioning from centre to wing and becoming a top scorer young player of the season, twice. His prowess led to eight years with the England Sevens. In 2021, he joined the Great Britain Rugby Sevens squad for the Summer Games in Tokyo, a nod to his determination and talent.
About Tom Bowden
Tom Bowen’s rugby journey began at the age of six, igniting a passion that would define his career. By 2012, his talents led him to Plymouth Albion, where his transition from centre to wing propelled him to become one of the team’s leading try scorers, earning him the accolade of Plymouth’s Young Player of the Season twice consecutively. His exceptional performance caught the eyes of the national selectors, and in 2014, Tom debuted for the England Sevens, representing his country across the globe for eight remarkable years.
The COVID-19 pandemic presented unexpected challenges, yet Tom adapted resiliently, sharing his rugby and fitness expertise alongside teammate Megan Jones to inspire aspiring athletes through online platforms and school programs. His unwavering commitment to the sport, even in adversity, highlighted his resilience and enduring love for rugby.
In June 2021, Tom’s dedication and talent were recognized with his selection as a reserve player for the Great Britain Rugby Sevens team at the delayed 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo, marking another milestone in his illustrious career.
Tom’s journey is not just about his triumphs on the field but also embodies dedication, adaptability, and a deep-seated passion for rugby. His story is a powerful reminder that with perseverance and adaptability, one can navigate through uncertainty and change, continuing to chase dreams and make significant contributions both on and off the field.
When life took an unexpected turn with the arrival of COVID, Bowen, adapted to the changing times and channeled his expertise by teaching rugby and fitness with England teammate, Megan Jones, reaching out to aspiring athletes online and in schools
- High performance
Tom spent 8 years, travelling the world, playing for England sevens, against the very best teams at peak performance.
Tom can give a thorough and comprehensive understanding of an array of different leadership styles.
The constant pressure of up and coming players knocking on the door for your position means the need to maintain peak performance is imperative.
Tom has been playing in a team sport of most of his life meaning, few better are able to articulate the importance of teamwork.
The desire and motivation to be picked to play weighs heavy on all professional athletes. Get a first hand understanding of what this feels like and how to manage it.
Though Tom got picked as a reserve player for the Great Britain Rugby Sevens Squad, he unfortunately never played. Tom dealt with this with utter professionalism and is happy to recite his experience in this.
Backing yourself is imperative as a professional sports person, it is part of the genetic makeup. However, confidence can be learnt and Tom shows us how.
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