Duration: 30 minutes
There is no room for sentiment in elite sport. That is the lesson Lewis Moody learned when he captained England's rugby team at last year's World Cup in New Zealand. Never mind his 70 odd caps and reputation for wholehearted commitment, Lewis Moody came under heavy fire for England's poor performance on and off the field. In March this year he retired from the game which has dominated so much of his life - so, physically and mentally how heavy a toll has rugby taken on Lewis Moody?
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