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Twigg penalty secures World League semi against Australia

Georgie Twigg's penalty strike set-up a semi-final clash with Australia as England edged past China in hockey's World League finals.

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Twigg on target as Britain beat Germany in Mannheim

Olympic bronze medallist Georgie Twigg was on target as Great Britain beat Germany in the first of three capped matches in Mannheim ahead of Eng...

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Twigg thrilled with debut bronze

Great Britain midfielder Georgie Twigg capped her Olympic debut with a bronze medal - only the second ever won by the women's hockey team - and ...

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Kerry delighted with performance

Great Britain hockey coach Danny Kerry was impressed with the character his side showed as they recovered from twice being pegged back - losing ...

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Sixteen Women’s Hockey players Selected to Team GB

On the day the Olympic Flame arrives in the UK, the British Olympic Association (BOA) has announced the selection of the 100th athlete to Team G...

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Medal Record

London 2012
  • 0 Gold
  • 0 Silver
  • 1 Bronze

Biography

At 21 Georgie Twigg was the youngest member of the British women’s team chosen for London 2012. She is also the least experienced but still has nearly 50 international caps to her name.

Twigg only made her international debut in 2010 but formed part of the England team that won bronze at the World Cup. She is studying law at Bristol University.

She presented the Queen with flowers at the opening of the University of Lincoln in 1996 and ran with the Olympic Torch in Bristol this year.

At the 2012 Olympics in London, Twigg won bronze as part of the women's hockey team.