Welsh international Hallam Amos to quit rugby to pursue medicine

Wales international defender Hallam Amos announced his retirement at the end of the season at the age of 27 on Thursday in order to focus on his medical career.

“After a decade in professional rugby, the 2021/2022 season will be my last,” the Cardiff Blues player wrote on his Instagram account.

“I always had the intention to finish when the race finished and this season happily coincides with the last year of my medical studies, so it is a perfect moment for a transition from the field of play to the hospital,” he added.

Hallam Amos wore the Wales elastic 25 times, with which he made his 19-year-old debut against Tonga. His last game was against Argentina last July.

dj / bpa / iga

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