Giselle Ansley was part of the history-making women's hockey team at Rio 2016, who collected their first ever Olympic gold medal.
The team won all eight of their matches at the Games before seeing off defending champions the Netherlands in the final via a dramatic penalty shootout.
The defender made her international debut in 2013 and that same year helped England win silver at the European Championships in Belgium.
In 2014 Ansley was also part of England’s Commonwealth Games side which won silver in Glasgow, while in 2015 she went one better as the side secured gold in the European Championships on home soil in London.
In 2017, she helped England to bronze at the European Championships in Amstelveen.