Inspiring and supporting young people seriously injured through sport

Bath Legend Victor was educated at West Buckland School and St Anne's College, Oxford. After receiving his Blue he began playing rugby for Bath where his career spanned the amateur to professional era. A strong and powerful prop, Victor arrived on the scene and terrorised defences in the top flight of English rugby for a decade. During his time with Bath, Victor was ever present in a team that won the European Cup in 1998 along with six Premiership league titles and six domestic cup wins. Victor who had already been selected for England Schools at 18 made his full debut against Canada at Wembley in 1992. Receiving a total of 23 caps, the highlights of Victor's England career came in the quarter final victory over Australia in the 1995 World Cup and the defeat of the All Blacks at Twickenham in 1993. Victor now runs successful sport event and travel company 'VU Ltd' and is involved in raising funds for several other charities. When asked to be an Ambassador by Hambo, Victor said 'It's great to be on-board and I can't wait to get stuck in and offer assistance to the Foundation'

Jim Hamilton

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Andy Goode

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Dan Cole

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Danny Cipriani

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