BBC News Sports Reporters

Adam Wild is a sports reporter at the BBC. Prior to this, Adam was working on BBC 5Live and Radio Humberside.

Russell Fuller is a sports reporter for the BBC. Fuller was part of the team which won the bronze award in the best sports programme category at the 2009 Sony Radio Academy awards, and was interviewer for BBC TV’s coverage… Read more

Patrick Gearey is a sports reporter for the BBC. He joined BBC South East in October 2009, where he spent 9 months before joining BBC Sport in April 2010. Gearey was educated at the University of Bristol; bachelor of science,… Read more

Kate Grey is a sports reporter for the BBC. Kate lost her left hand in a farming machinery accident when she was 2 years old. Aged four, her parents encouraged her to learn to swim. She has been swimming internationally… Read more

David Ornstein is a sports correspondent at the BBC. Twitter: bbcsport_david Instagram: davidornstein

David McDaid is an Olympic sports reporter for BBC Sport. He joined the BBC as a researcher in 2006, before coming a broadcast journalist in 2008, and a sports reporter in 2014. David studied at the University of Glasgow; Masters… Read more

Jo Currie is a sports correspondent for the BBC. She covered the Women’s World Cup for the BBC in France 2019.

Andy is a sports news correspondent for the BBC. Andy’s time at the BBC has seen him cover some of the world’s great sporting events including the Olympics and Paralympics.

Joe Wilson is a sports correspondent for the BBC.

Natalie Pirks is a sports reporter for BBC News Previously she work for ITV News as a sports reporter.. Twitter @Natpirks

Dan Roan is the Sports Editor for BBC News. He graduated from Cambridge University and joined the BBC as a News Trainee in 1998 – worked as a reporter and producer in sport and news on regional programmes in Bristol… Read more