Abby Gustaitis, a trained emergency medical technician, also leads US Rugby’s women’s sevens side. Photo: HSBCAbby Gustaitis, a trained emergency medical technician, also leads US Rugby’s women’s sevens side. Photo: HSBC
Abby Gustaitis, a trained emergency medical technician, also leads US Rugby’s women’s sevens side. Photo: HSBC

Tokyo 2020: emergency medical technician turned US women’s rugby captain looks to help Eagles find Olympic glory

  • Abby Gustaitis is a certified emergency medical technician who plays professional rugby for a US squad hunting for gold in Tokyo
  • The 28-year-old says the two vocations share a lot of similarities when it comes to responding to stressful situations

Topic |   Hong Kong Rugby Union
Abby Gustaitis, a trained emergency medical technician, also leads US Rugby’s women’s sevens side. Photo: HSBCAbby Gustaitis, a trained emergency medical technician, also leads US Rugby’s women’s sevens side. Photo: HSBC
Abby Gustaitis, a trained emergency medical technician, also leads US Rugby’s women’s sevens side. Photo: HSBC
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