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Elite Athlete Program With Body Solve
Sinead Breeze
Wales International Rugby Player 

Sinead has been receiving Osteopathy with Debbie at Body Solve for various niggles, aches, rehabilitation and 'prehabilitation'. Her main focus however has always been competition preparation and to improve her body's mobility and functionality so that it raises her game to a whole new level.

Her main focus during her Osteopathy sessions with Debbie have been to prepare herself for the upcoming Commonwealth games in the Gold Coast of  Australia this April. On her way to there however Sinead stops off at the World Series Qualifying Rugby 7's tournament in Hong Kong which is due to be held in April. 

Sinead's personality is highly likeable, approachable and friendly. She brings a determination to obtaining her achievements that is seldom seen. This was never more present than having to undergo surgery just a few short months out before the upcoming Hong Kong and Commonwealth Games tournaments. The surgery was a great success however and the rehabilitation with Debbie at Body Solve went perfectly and so Sinead is at her peak level and cannot wait to get on the field.


Some of Sineads amazing achievments are listed and can be seen listed below.

Dubai 7’s Plate Winner’s in the International Invitation Tournament with ‘Wales Development’ (December 2015)

1st International Cap: Rugby Europe Leg 2, France. 6th place finish (September 2016)

Dubai 7’s Tournament winner’s in the International Invitation Tournament with ‘Samurai 7s’ (December 2016)

Rugby Europe Leg 1, France. 6th place finish (June 2017)

Rugby Europe Leg 2, Russia. 5th place finish. Also, an overall 5th place finish – the highest ever finish at Rugby Europe for Wales Women, and qualification for World Series Qualifiers and 2018 Commonwealth Games secured (July 2017)


Recently announced in the team for the World Series Qualifiers, to be held at Hong Kong 7’s on 6th and 7th April, 2018


Recently announced as a member of the team to represent Team Wales at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, April 2018

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