TV presenter, journalist and retired amateur jockey. Clare Balding currently presents for BBC Sport, Channel 4 and BBC Radio 2 Good Morning Sunday show. She’s also hosted Countryfile, Famous and Fearless and was a lead presenter on the Paralympics coverage.
Former footballer now TV Sports Presenter. After retiring, he became a sports broadcaster and has worked for the BBC’s flagship football television programme Match of the Day, and as a team captain on the sports game show They Think It’s All Over. He is also the face of Walkers Crisps.
Radio and television broadcaster who works for the BBC and ITV, mainly covering sporting events. Amongst others, John has been the face of TV shows like Grandstand, Today At Wimbledon, The Worlds Strongest Man and as anchor on the Six Nation Championship.
Former British triple jumper and former Olympic, Commonwealth, European and World champion. Following his retirement as an athlete, Edwards has worked as an athletics commentator and presenter for BBC television.
Former English cricketer, now batting coach for Middlesex. In 2006 he won the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing. In 2013 Ramprakash was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE). He retired from cricket in 2012.
Sir Steve Redgrave
Retired British rower who won gold medals at five consecutive Olympic Games. In 2011 he received the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award. With 5 gold medals and 1 bronze, Redgrave is the most successful male rower in Olympic history.