A look back on the career of Lewis Moody following his retirement from international rugby.
Last Updated: 23/10/11 6:15am
Following his retirement from the England team, we look back on the career of popular flanker Lewis Moody.
1978: Born June 12 in Ascot, Berkshire.
1996: Comes through the academy ranks at Leicester, going on to make his senior debut against Boroughmuir while still attending Oakham School.
1997: A member of the England Colts side that won the Madrid Sevens.
1999: Wins the first of seven Premiership titles with the Tigers.
2000: Retains Premiership title with Leicester.
2001: Wins the first of two Heineken Cups with the Tigers; Makes his senior England debut against Canada on June 2.
2003: Part of England's Grand Slam-winning Six Nations squad; Plays in all seven matches as England win the World Cup; Awarded an MBE in the New Year Honours.
2005: Wins three caps for the British & Irish Lions on their tour of New Zealand.
2007: After missing the Six Nations through injury, Moody wins 50th international cap in England's World Cup quarter-final win over Australia and features in all seven matches at the tournament.
2008: Ruptures an Achilles tendon in the first match of the Six Nations against Wales and misses a total of nine months after also undergoing ankle and hip surgery.
2009: Breaks his ankle prior to Six Nations but returns in time for the November internationals.
2010: Captains England for the first time in a Six Nations clash with France; Leaves Leicester after 14 seasons to join Bath on a three-year deal.
2011: A knee injury rules Moody out of the Six Nations; becomes only 16th player to make more than 70 appearances for England in a World Cup victory over Scotland; Announces retirement from international rugby after 71 caps and nine tries for his country.