Name: Gabrielle Nicole Logan (née Yorath)
Age: 46 years old
Date of Birth: 24th April 1973
Network: BBC Sport
Biography: Gabby was a key member of the BBC’s presentation team for the London 2012 Olympics. She also presented Final Score, Inside Sport, the Six Nations and the Autumn Rugby Internationals for BBC One.
She hosted a live daily show on Channel 5, LIVE with Gabby Logan and also the FIFA 2011 Women’s World Cup for BBC Three, Match of the Day, the One Show and was in South Africa in 2010 reporting on the England team for the FIFA 2010 World Cup.
A former international gymnast, Gabby began her broadcasting career in radio in 1992 and joined Sky Sports in 1996, where she quickly established herself as a football presenter.
First joining ITV in 1998 to front On The Ball, during her nine years at the channel Gabby’s repertoire expanded and her presenting credits include the World Cup, Champions League and the Premiership, as well as the Boat Race and sports news reporting. In 2004 she co-hosted Sport Relief with Gary Lineker for the BBC, before joining the corporation in 2007.
Following various stints on the station, Gabby began presenting a regular weekly Sunday morning show on BBC Radio 5 Live in February 2008. From January 2010 to April 2011 she presented The Gabby Logan Show weekdays from 12pm – 2pm, which covered news and sport from across the UK as well as comprehensive analysis of Prime Minister’s Questions every Wednesday.
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