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- What does Gow do for a living?
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- Does Gow have any children?
- Where is Gow now?
- How tall is Gow?
- How much money does Gow earn?
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Who is Jennie Gow?
Jennie Gow is well-known as English radio and television presenter and journalist. She was the presenter on BBC Sport’s coverage of MotoGP motorcycle racing in 2010. She is currently BBC News’s F1 Correspondent and reports for BBC News Channel and BBC World News. As well as being BBC Radio 5 Live’s F1 presenter and pit lane reporter. On 13 January 2023, she revealed via Twitter that she had suffered a serious stroke 2 weeks previously. And would have to take an enforced break from her work for some time.
Jennie Gow Career
Gow worked as a skiing chalet maid in France, and then for a day and a half as a temp at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in the filing and records department. She then joined the Henley Standard in 1992. Following studying Media and Communication Studies, she attend BBC Sport in 1999 as a production secretary for Sports Personality of the Century. In 2001, she became Traffic and Travel presenter on BBC Radio Solent and then moved to the sports team as a journalist covering Southampton, Portsmouth, and AFC Bournemouth.
Gow then left the BBC to initially work a brief spell at 107.4 The Quay in Portsmouth before becoming Breakfast Show host on Somerset’s Orchard FM. Asked to present the speedway from the Somerset Rebels at Highbridge, a TV producer spotted Gow and asked her to present the FIM World Longtrack Championships. This led to presenting independently produced speedway and motocross productions, broadcast on Channel 4, Sky Sports, Men & Motors, and Motors TV. From the summer of 2004 she became a continuity announcer for ITV, and from 2007 to 2008 for Five, and since 2006 been the presenter of the Jersey Rally. Following attending Reading 107 FM, in 2006, Gow became a presenter on Sky Sports, eventually presenting both Sky Sports News and online bulletins.
Following Suzi Perry’s decision to retire at the end of the 2009 series, in March 2010, Gow was revealed as the new presenter of the BBC’s MotoGP coverage, alongside pit reporter Matt Roberts and commentary team of Charlie Cox and former racer Steve Parrish. Gow was replaced by Roberts as the main presenter for the 2011 season.
Gow subsequently temporarily filled in for Natalie Pinkham as BBC Radio 5 Live pit lane reporter for the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix, and 2011 Hungarian Grand Prix, and permanently on role starting the 2012 season.
Gow was also reported to be on the BBC’s shortlist of possible anchors to replace departing host Jake Humphrey for their F1 coverage across the 2013 season but lost to Perry. She did stand in for Perry on Friday of the 2013 Brazilian Grand Prix as deputy presenter Lee McKenzie was off ill and Perry was filming for the main programs.
How old is Jennie Gow?
Gow is currently aged 45 years old as of 2023, having been born on May 20, 1977, in Southampton, Hampshire, England. She shared her birthdate with popular people such as Bronson Pinchot, Busta Rhymes, Cher, David Paterson, Jane Wiedlin, John Carney, Jon Pardi, Matt Czuchry, and many more.
Jennie Gow Family
Who are Jennie Gow’s Parents?
Gow was born and raised in Southampton, Hampshire, England to his parents, Gow lived in Dorset until her family moved to Wargrave. There is no such information available about Jennie Gow’s parents in the media.
Does Jennie Gow have Siblings?
There isn’t any such information available in the media regarding his siblings.
Jennie Gow Education
She joined The Piggott School, Gow took part in local theatre, and enjoyed sport, winning medals as a cox for several different rowing teams.
Jennie Gow Partner
Gow is a married woman and her husband also works in the motorsport industry. Her husband, Jamie Coley is Sky Sports F1’s video producer.
Jennie Gow Kids
The couple has been blessed with one daughter named Isabelle Coley, whose daughter was born in September 2016.
Jennie Gow Height
She has a well-curved and beautiful body, but his height is unknown and her weight is not available to the media.
Gow attends ITV4 in 2014 as a presenter of the channel’s coverage of the FIA Formula E Championship. After the transfer of the right to the BBC in 2018, Gow has also presented the 3 races each season the BBC shows on BBC 2.
Gow appeared throughout series three of the Netflix series Drive to Survive. Since the beginning of 2021, Gow has been the co-commentator for the English language world feed of Extreme E.
Gow revealed on social media that she had suffered a stroke, affecting her speech and ability to write on 13 January 2023.
Jennie Gow’s Net Worth
Gow is an English radio and television presenter and journalist. Her net worth is estimated to be $5 million as of 2023.