With more than 120 caps for England and Great Britain, Chloe Rogers is a mainstay of the international hockey scene. Having begun her career at Chelmsford Hockey Club, she has played for Leicester since 2008.
Now she’s supporting Saving Lives. “Nearly 20,000 people in the UK don’t know they have HIV – and a really simple blood test could change all that,” she explains. “Saving Lives are trying to raise awareness of HIV testing – and it makes sense to me.”
She played at the Beijing Olympics for Great Britain, and was part of the team which won bronze at the 2010 Champions Trophy – the best ever result for the country at the annual event. She and the team bettered that performance at the 2012 tournament in Rosario, scoring the silver medal.