Sky Sports news is one of the leading Round the clock sports news channels in UK and Ireland. Launched in October 1998, they have come a long way now. Operated by Sky Sports, this channel is known to provide entertaining and informative news from the arena of sport.
Apart from the content in the show, what also holds the viewers attention are the Sky Sports News girls. Beautiful, attractive, confident, intelligent and well informed these are a few adjectives which can be used to describe the female news presenters of Sky Sports News.
One of the most popular Sky Sports News girls are Georgie Thompson, Millie Clode, Vicky Gomershall and Alex Hammond. Amongst them all it’s been Georgie Thompson who has been the most famous and successful. Currently residing in the Upminister area of Essex, she’s been working with Sky Sports since 2001. She’s got a keen comprehension of sports and of the viewers at the same time. Georgie Thompson has also been responsible for covering some major sports activities including Grand Prix Masters, A1Grand Prix, and Race of the Champions, Speedway World Cup and the US Open as well. A sports woman herself, Georgie Thompson has taken part in several international junior tennis championships during her formative years in Queenswood Boarding School.
Georgie Thompsn considers the legendary David Frost her mentor. She co-hosted this program “Greatest Sporting legends” with David Frost that ran for duration of eight weeks and culminated in the crowing of Mohammad Ali. It came as no surprise when she was named one of the top 100 Sexiest Women On the planet by the British mens magazine, FHM.
One of the latest Sky Sports News presenters is Millie Clode. Drop dead georgeous looks and a winning attitude took this girl from being a quiz show host to a television news presenter as well. Ranked first in the Top ten TV Sports Babes by The Sun, Millie Clode continues to be with Sky Sports News since January 2006. Despite the fact that she was hired by Sky Sports News, she did not continue to become a presenter with immediate effect. She had to first spend two months understanding the dynamics on the news channel.
Vicky Gomershall joined the Sky Sports News team in 2005. She had started out a reporter covering events around the North West and ultimately migrated to becoming a presenter. A self confessed football fan, she is a Cheltenham Town follower. Apart from football, cricket is also listed amongst her favorite sports. She’s also thought to enjoy athletics and has run for Cheltenham during the time when her hero was Daly Thompson. In her earlier years Vicky Gomershall played with the Fulham Ladies and still keeps that interest alive by playing 5-a-side-football.
Alex Hammond has become a part of Sky Sports News fraternity since 2003. She’s joined the team as a racing expert and went on to becoming the presenter of Good Morning Sports Fans. She’s interviewed a number of top racing names such as Sir Alex Ferguson, Mick Channon, Sir Bobby Robson, A.P. McCoy, Pat Eddery amongst a great many others.