Broadcaster and Former Captain, GB Wheelchair Rugby Team
Steve Brown is an award-winning TV presenter, public speaker and mentor. He is also a wheelchair rugby player and coach who captained Great Britain at the London 2012 Paralympics. Steve received the New On-Screen Talent award at the Royal Television Society West of England Awards 2018.
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Steve retired from international sport after the London 2012 Games, he remains heavily involved as a player and Director of Wheelchair Rugby for Canterbury Hellfire Wheelchair Rugby Club. Steve has been increasingly present on television, for a variety of channels and in a variety of roles. In his earliest work he was a roving reporter on Sky Sports' Game Changers, a pundit for ITV at the BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge, a member of the BBC team at the Invictus Games (2014, 2016, 2017 & 2018) and Wimbledon 2018 and a member of the Channel 4 team at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Steve has appeared as a presenter on the BBC's The One Show, BBC Breakfast and Health: Truth or Scare. He has worked, for the BBC, on both Springwatch and Blue Planet UK. In April 2017 he became the latest member of the BBC's Countryfile team.
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His content is deeply personal and draws heavily on his own journey: from sustaining a spinal injury to being a Paralympic captain to emerging as a national broadcaster. He tells the tails of the highs and lows on route to the Games which have given him the ability to deliver eloquent after dinner speeches and keynote presentations to a variety of target audiences.
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