In 2005 Steve became paralysed when he fell from a balcony and broke his neck. Soon after he was introduced to wheelchair rugby and in 2012 he captained Great Britain at the London Paralympic Games. During the build up to the games, Steve was involved in a series of Channel 4 documentaries and the Paralympic advertising campaign, SuperHumans.
Since then Steve has worked on BBC Breakfast, Springwatch (BBC1), Game Changers (Sky Sport 1) and has become a regular correspondent for both Countryfile and The One Show (BBC1).
Recently Steve has consolidated his sporting credentials taking on hosting duties at Rio Paralympic Games 2016 (Channel 4), World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge (ITV4), Wimbledon, The London Marathon and the 2014, 2016 and 2017 Invictus Games for BBC.
Steve also appeared in Without Limits (BBC1) where he and five others with different physical disabilities embarked on an ambitious and emotional adventure of a lifetime through the diverse landscapes of Vietnam.
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- Former England Rugby Player and Founder of the Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation which is dedicated to raising awareness of the long-term, damaging effects of bullying.
- A highly respected former Rugby Union player who is now making a name for himself on the speaking circuit with his extremely funny and entertaining after dinner speech.
- 4-time Olympic gold medallist, 10-time world championship winning rower, turned TV presented and reporter.
Sir Matthew Pinsent CBE