Biography

Graham Bell is a British Olympic skier, TV presenter, adventurer and journalist who continues to be regarded as one of the finest downhill skiers the UK has ever produced, claiming the title of the Ski Champion of Britain on eight occasions during his illustrious career.

The five time Olympian, sporting enthusiast and television personality has remained at the forefront of British sport, commentating on the Winter Olympics, fronting the popular and iconic BBC primetime series ‘Ski Sunday’ and working with a range of organisations and events to support the development of both winter sports and summer sports, including sailing, triathlon events and cycling.  He uses his experience as a TV presenter and a cameraman to enable him to cover extreme sporting events, as well as winter sports.   He was a key pundit for the BBC’s coverage of the World Triathlon Series and has also presented the prime-time sports programme ‘High Altitude’.

Graham was also the Performance Director of Channel 4’s popular show The Jump, teaching celebrities various disciplines in the Winter Olympics. 

Graham’s boundless enthusiasm, knowledge and experience has seen him appear on a range of great programming and providing coverage of  high profile sporting events all over the world.

In addition to television presenting, Graham has also carved out a career on the corporate market as an after dinner and motivational speaker.