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Chris on Chris

GT’s Chris Jones works out with – and chats to – England and Harlequin rugby star Chris Robshaw in his first-ever interview for a gay publication.


I’ve been a fan of Rugby for a long time, so when I was offered the chance to meet with Chris Robshaw I leapt at the opportunity. He’s one of the most exceptional players in the UK and the sport at the moment.

Until recently, Chris was England’s captain and has lead our national Rugby team in various big tournaments such as the Six Nations and The World Cup. He’s had the England summons once again for the Autumn Internationals in 2016 and no doubt 2017’s Six Nations.

I met him at a Maximuscle product launch at the Foundry Gym in Vauxhall. When I walked in, I instantly saw Chris – tanned, handsome and huge. I felt like a tiny, pale child when I stood next to him, even though we’re both 30 years old! He welcomed me and we had a laugh during a mini workout before we sat down to chat.

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