Coached by former England international Lee Cusworth, the men in white triumphed at the inaugural 1993 Sevens Rugby World Cup in Edinburgh, Scotland.
1. Adedayo Adebayo
He turned and twisted to bring off a memorable tackle, that helped England reach the final. The Bath winger then went onto make his full international debut on 23 November 1996 against Italy, and would go onto win six caps. He is now the CEO and founder of a corporate hospitality company in England.
2. Nick Beal
The fullback, who won 15 England caps between 1996 and 1999, spent his whole professional career at Northampton Saints before hanging up his boots in 2004. After retiring he worked as a financial advisor. In 2007 he was appointed a non-executive director of the Saints’ board.
3. Justyn Cassell
One of the older members of the squad, he came on for Tim Rodber in the final. His time with Northampton saw him into the era of the newly formed Premiership. However, his playing days were cut short in 1998 due to a knee injury.
4. Lawrence Dallaglio
After retiring on a high, helping Wasps win the Premiership title, he set up the Dallaglio Foundation charity, and is a rugby commentator for BT Sport.