Starting to ski at the age of five, Graham Bell competed for Great Britain in both the 1980s and 1990s. Representing Great Britain at the olympics five times, Graham is one of the nation’s most experienced winter Olympians. After retiring as a professional skier in 1998, Bell has enjoyed an illustrious career in the media world. A well respected commentator and TV Presenter, Bell has a been a stalwart figure in BBC’s Ski Sunday broadcasting team for many years.
Winning a Royal Television Award in 2002 along with his other broadcasters for Ski Sunday, Bell has proven his credentials as one of the nation’s leading media personalities. Bell has also presented for a number of Olympics and Winter Olympics, traveling to Turin, Vancouver and Salt Lake City to name a few. Away from the slopes, Bell also has taken a leading role in the BBC coverage of the BBC World Championship Triathlon series. Some of Graham’s other television appearances include The Gadget Show, Through the Keyhole, Market Kitchen and Wish You Here.
A keen sportsman, Graham placed fourth in the final of return of BBC1’s Superstars, the best result from any non-current athlete. Continuing to compete in numerous triathlon competitions and grueling bike races, Graham has proven his sporting edge time and time again.
Since joining the Champions Celebrity agency, Graham has worked with us to secure exciting new roles including Channel 4’s The Jump, as well as endorsing and associating with a number of high profile organisations, such as Heat Holders, Bollé and Land Rover.