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Tom Mitchell (born 22 July 1989) is an English rugby union player. He attended leading Worth School in West Sussex and represents England in rugby sevens and won a silver medal representing Great Britain in the 2016 Summer Olympics; he is also the captain for both teams. He debuted for England at the 2012 Wellington Sevens.Mitchell was the leading scorer in the 2013-14 World Series, with 358 points, helping England to a fourth place finish in the Series that year. He was one of four nominees for the 2014 World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year award, but the award was captured by Fiji’s Samisoni Viriviri, the leading try scorer on the Series that year.

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  • Tom Mitchell (born 22 July 1989) is an English rugby union player. He attended leading Worth School in West Sussex and represents England in rugby sevens and won a silver medal representing Great Britain in the 2016 Summer Olympics; he is also the captain for both teams. He debuted for England at the 2012 Wellington Sevens.Mitchell was the leading scorer in the 2013-14 World Series, with 358 points, helping England to a fourth place finish in the Series that year. He was one of four nominees for the 2014 World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year award, but the award was captured by Fiji’s Samisoni Viriviri, the leading try scorer on the Series that year.
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  • Tom Mitchell (born 22 July 1989) is an English rugby union player. He attended leading Worth School in West Sussex and represents England in rugby sevens and won a silver medal representing Great Britain in the 2016 Summer Olympics; he is also the captain for both teams. He debuted for England at the 2012 Wellington Sevens.Mitchell was the leading scorer in the 2013-14 World Series, with 358 points, helping England to a fourth place finish in the Series that year. He was one of four nominees for the 2014 World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year award, but the award was captured by Fiji’s Samisoni Viriviri, the leading try scorer on the Series that year. In 2015 he fractured his leg and dislocated his ankle during the 2014–15 Sevens World Series. He was injured during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in a match against Australia. Earlier in his career, while doing a course in Historical Studies at Kellogg College, Oxford, Mitchell played for Oxford University, scoring a try in their victory over Cambridge in the 2011 Varsity Match.
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