Hallam Amos has announced his retirement from rugby at the age of 27 so he can concentrate on his medical career.
“After a decade of professional rugby, the 2021/22 season will be my last,” Cardiff fullback Amos, who played in two World Cups, wrote on Instagram on Thursday.
“It’s always been my intention to finish when I complete my degree and this season aligns nicely with the final year of my medical studies, so a perfect time to transition from pitch to hospital.”
Amos, who made his Wales debut at the age of 19 against Tonga in 2013, went on to win 25 caps, the last of which was against Argentina in July this year.
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