Gabrielle Nicole Logan is a British presenter and a former international rhythmic gymnast who is best known for her presenting roles with BBC Sport and ITV. Logan hosted Final Score for BBC Sport from 2009 until 2013. She has also presented a variety of live sports events for the BBC, including a revived episode of Superstars in December 2012 and the London Marathon since 2015. Since 2013, she has co-hosted Sports Personality of the Year for the BBC and she presented the second series of The Edge in 2015.
|Born:||Gabrielle Nicole Yorath, April 24, 1973, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England|
|Residence:||Kew, London, England|
|Education:||Cardinal Heenan Roman Catholic High School, Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College|
|Alma mater:||College of St Hild and St Bede, Durham University|
|Occupation:||Television and radio presenter|
|Employer:||BBC (current), ITV (current), Channel 5 (former)|
|Known for:||Gymnast, television presenter|
|Spouse(s):||Kenny Logan (m. 2001)|
|Parent(s):||Terry and Christine Yorath|
|IMDb:||Gabby Logan's IMDb|
About Gabby Logan
Former international gymnast who became a TV personality, hosting shows on such networks as BBC Sport and ITV.
She represented Wales in the 1990 Commonwealth games as a rhythmic gymnast.
She served as a host of the Channel 5 programs The Wright Stuff and The Wright Stuff Extra.
She has two children named Reuben and Lois with her husband Kenny Logan, whom she married in 2001.
She lost the fifth season of Strictly Come Dancing to singer Alesha Dixon.
Information related to Gabby Logan
- Gymnasts at the 1990 Commonwealth Games
- People associated with the Royal National College for the Blind
- English sports broadcasters
- Sportspeople from Leeds
- BBC sports presenters and reporters
- British association football commentators
- Commonwealth Games competitors for Wales
- Participants in British reality television series
- BBC people