Presenter, reporter, and live event host Rachel Stringer is the Pit Lane Reporter for British Superbikes on Eurosport, host for EA Sports FIFA Global Series and a partner with many running brands such as Adidas, Under Armour and Asics.
Rachel is one of the most exciting presenters to emerge in recent years. Her love and passion for sport has seen her cover a wide range of sports at the highest level.
Currently, Rachel is the Pit Lane Reporter for British Superbikes on Eurosport, she is the host for EA Sports FIFA Global Series, Gfiinity's, brand new sports show The V10 R League which is being broadcast on BT Sport, The European eTour and Rachel is also the FA’s in-house presenter for their YouTube channel.
A recent project which Rachel has joined forces with is Roborace, a brand new, forward thinking racing series with autonomous driving electric powered vehicles. It aims to be the first global championship for AI cars.
2020 also saw Rachel host the first ever eSoccer Aid for Unicef and EA Sports where Rachel presented live for over five hours with celebrities such as Usain Bolt, Robbie Williams and James McAovy.
Rachel has also been working with World Athletics as their official reporter on all their major events including the World Championships in Doha, World Relays in Japan and World Cross Country in Denmark.
Rachel grew up in rural Norfolk where she competed internationally in athletics, finishing second at the Commonwealth Youth Games behind former World Champion, Caster Semenya. Rachel still has a passion for running and holds a three hour flat marathon time which has subsequently led her to partner with many running brands such as Adidas, Under Armour and Asics.
Following on from her love of running Rachel also presents and produces her own running podcast, ‘Keep Running’ where she interviews inspiring people from the running community.
Rachel is currently a member of the Rugby League World Cup 2021 Business Advisory group.