Are you Looking for Steve Rider Age, Birthday, Height, Net Worth, Family, Salary, Weight etc..? Find the latest complete information. Steve Rider was born on April 28, 1950, in Dartford, United Kingdom. He is an English sports presenter and former anchorman of ITV’s football coverage. He also anchored ITV’s Formula One coverage from 2006 to 2008, and football coverage from 2006 to April 2010.
Steve Rider Age:
68 years 5 months
Steve Rider Birthday:
April 28, 1950
|Birth Place:||Dartford, United Kingdom|
Steve Rider Height:
1.83 m ( 6 feet)
Steve Rider Net worth:
Who is Steve Rider?
Steve Rider is an English sports presenter and former anchorman of ITV’s football coverage. He also anchored ITV’s Formula One coverage from 2006 to 2008, and football coverage from 2006 to April 2010.
Steve Rider’s early life, childhood, and education
Steve was born in Dartford, the United Kingdom on April 28, 1950. Most of his personal information regarding his early life is not on the internet database.
He attended the John Roan Boys’ Grammar School on Maze Hill in Blackheath. Information regarding his further education is currently not available.
Steve Rider’s career, salary, net worth
After working for ITV Sport for several years, providing reports for the World of Sports program, and reporting from the 1980 Summer Olympics, Steve joined BBC Sport in July 1985, taking over from Harry Carpenter on the network’s Sports Night program, which he presented for six years.
While his time in BBC, he was part of several programs such as Grandstand, BBC Sports Personality of the Year and much of the BBC’s motorsports, rugby and golf coverage. He anchored the coverage of the University Boat Race until 2005, and every Olympic Games between 1988 and 2004. He was later part of the coverage of World Rowing Championships in Japan in the autumn of 2005.
After BBC, in September 2005 it was reported that ITV had secured Steve’s services and he would replace Jim Rosenthal from 2006 onwards to present coverage of Formula One. He was then chosen as the main presenter of ITV’s coverage of the 2006 World Cup and remained in that role until Adrian Chiles’s arrival as the channel’s main football anchor in May 2010.
Steve left ITV Sport on 12 May 2010 but continued to present coverage of the British Touring Car Championship and other projects. His major work was as the main presenter of the Rugby World Cup 2011. He joined Sky Sports to present F1 Legends for Sky Sports F1 in December 2011.
Steve has won the Royal Television Society’s ‘Sports Presenter of the Year’ award two times and he also won a BAFTA TV award for ITVs coverage of the 2008 F1 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Information regarding Steve’s total salary and net worth is not made available at the moment.
Steve Rider’s rumors, controversy
Steve has not been involved in any notable controversies in his career and has been successful in maintaining a good public image.
Steve Rider’s body Measurement
Steve is 6 feet tall and weighs 78 kg.