BBC Olympic breakfast host Sam Quek did it all
It turns out that Sam Quek, the host of the BBC’s Olympic breakfast show, is the host we need to wake up to deliver the gold medal news.
after all, Former hockey star, 32, Know exactly what it feels like to win at the Olympics.
In Rio 2016, she took GB Gold Medal -After a thrilling 3-3 draw, defeated Holland with a penalty kick.
From that magical moment, Quek became a reality show star-to appear in me as a celebrity…let me get out of here! Celebrity chefs of 2016 and 2020.
Known for being a celebrity, she separated her pants and, of course, amazed fans in the jungle shower.
Earlier this month, Liverpool’s super fans will appear as captains in the long-term quiz show “Sports Questions.”
She got her qualification
In 2007, when she was still studying at Leeds Metropolitan University, Guo won her first British hat at the age of 19.
However, in the 2012 London Olympics, she was not selected to play for the British team, which won a bronze medal at home.
In 2014, Quek played for the England team in the Mendoza Championship trophy in Argentina.
As the captain of Kate Richardson-Walsh, she overcame the pain barrier after a rib fracture in the first game.
A year later, she became a member of the England team that won the European Championship-winning the best player in the final against the defending world champion Netherlands.
At the 2016 Rio Olympics, with a strong momentum, the British team won the gold medal-once again defeating the rival Dutch team.
This is the first time a women’s team has won a gold medal in the Olympics.
May be a football player
Before his hockey career, if his fate was different, Quek might have represented the GB team in football matches.
She signed with the Tranmere Rovers in her junior year and had to make a difficult choice between football or hockey at the age of 16.
“I played lacrosse, netball and football, but when I was about 16 years old, I was at the same level as football and hockey and had to choose a path,” she told protector.
“I ended up playing more hockey than football. I’ve never been in the first team in Tranmere, always in the reserve team. It’s fair because there are two training sessions a week, but I only go once.
“I ended up playing more hockey and fell in love with it.”
Although she gave up playing football, she still likes beautiful games and is a supporter of Liverpool.
Her family is friends who grew up with Red Army legend Ian Rush, so she often gets tickets to the games.
On Insta, she is always keen to share her love for the club-whenever possible, she will decorate their jerseys.
Reality TV Master
After her success in Brazil, reality TV owners inevitably wanted her to appear in their shows.
Three months after the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Quek was selected as a contestant for “I am a celebrity…let me get out of here”!
She survived the putrid test, including the evil windmill test, in which the doctor was asked to remove a cockroach from her ear.
Don’t forget that when she showered in the jungle and showed off her bikini body, her heartbeat accelerated.
After Bushtuck’s trial, when she danced with her pants apart, her catastrophe also manifested itself.
Even so, her personality won the audience, and she won fourth place on the last day.
At the 2020 Celebrity Masterchef, Quek was very good in the kitchen-demonstrating his culinary talent.
She entered the last three games and eventually lost to writer Riyadh Khalaf.
Her success on reality TV shows won her a modeling performance at Littlewoods, where she showed off their sports series.
With her sports history, it is only natural for Quek to become a TV host for sports shows.
She has appeared on NFL shows, played football league for Channel 5, and played hockey for BT Sport.
In 2019, Quek and Robbie Savage became regulars on the BBC’s flagship football phone show 606.
Somehow, she managed to juggle her professional life in a busy personal life.
Quek is married Real Estate Entrepreneur Tom Myers, Who appeared in the TV show “Secret Millionaires”, they became the parents of their daughter Molly in March.
But Quek has a strong opinion about who she doesn’t want Molly to be inspired by.
She once said: “Kim Kardashian is not a role model, she is a star. I don’t want my future daughter to be inspired and become someone like her.
“She is not the kind of positive role model we need. Why can’t we be called a star because of our personality and our performance?”
After facing the BBC’s Olympic breakfast, Quek will face new challenges.
News this month said that she will become one of the captains of a team. Improved sports issues -Alex Scott is the host.
From now on, the world is really Quek’s oyster.