BBC Sochi 2014 Presenters

Hugh Porter MBE began cycling at the age of 16 and went on to become one of Britain’s greatest professional cyclists. During his career Hugh was four time World Champion for the Individual Pursuit as well as a gold medallist in the 1966 Commonwealth Games…. Read more

Steve Cram is one of the UK’s most famous sporting personalities. As an athlete his career was forged alongside Coe and Ovett to form a period of unprecedented success in British athletics and since his retirement he has built a solid broadcasting career as a… Read more

Jonathan Edwards’ achievements on the track have earned him a place in history as one of the World’s greatest and most admired athletes. Almost 17 years after his incredible efforts in Gothenburg, Jonathan Edwards still holds the world record for the triple jump at 18.29m…. Read more

Clare Balding is a freelance presenter, writer and broadcaster. She has worked in radio for 15 years and been a leading sports presenter on television since becoming the face of the BBC’s racing output in 1998. Since then, she has worked on four Olympic Games,… Read more

Sue Barker, born 19 April 1956, is a sports presenter working with the BBC. Sue is a former professional tennis player. During her tennis career, she won the women’s singles title at the French Open in 1976 beating Renáta Tomanová 6–2, 0–6, 6–2 and reached… Read more

Hazel Irvine is one of BBC Sport’s most experienced and versatile broadcasters. She presents the corporation’s golf coverage, is the BBC’s face of snooker and a key member of the team reporting from major multi-sport events. She presented from the Beijing Olympics in 2008, marking… Read more