Rory Underwood was a prolific and spectacular scorer of tries for England in the team's relentless surge to the top of world rugby in the early nineties.
Name: Rory Underwood
Sport: Rugby union
Most likes: 100m
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With his brother Tony on the opposite flank, the Underwood brothers became the first siblings to represent England in the same team since 1938.
A great converter of chances, Rory rarely missed getting onto the scoresheet and is Britain's highest ever try scorer.
His international career ended in 1996 and, following a spell as an RAF pilot, he now works as a leadership and team-work adviser to big businesses.
Like all world class wingers, Underwood had great pace and he expects the 100m and golf (he has a handicap of 13) to be his strongest events.
But he fears seven years of inactivity could prove costly in the gym tests and he hasn't ridden a bike since school.