Jordan Jarrett-Bryan Jordan is an award winning Journalist and Broadcaster.
He's the Sports Correspondent for Channel 4 News and has a weekly show on the
biggest Sports Radio station in the world, talkSPORT. He was a reporter and
presenter for Channel 4’s award-winning coverage of the 2012, 2016 and 2021
Paralympic Games, reporting on most sports including Wheelchair Basketball. Jordan played Wheelchair Basketball for 20 years, captaining the GB Junior side
during 2 European Championships and World Championships in 2006. He played
professionally for 5 years in the Italian league, winning a championship in the
process. He was born without a fibula and tibula in his right leg. Jordan loves to
speak about his disability, how it’s affected him and how others can use theirs as a
positive rather than seeing it as a negative.
Jordan has interviewed some of the biggest athletes in the world including; Anthony
Joshua, Jose Mourinho, Jessica Ennis Hill, Gary Lineker, Usain Bolt.
In 2018, Jordan started up a YouTube channel Blakademik, aimed to elevate and
celebrate Black culture. Youth culture is something he is very passionate about especially issues around
employment and education. Jordan is proud to be an ambassador for the charity
Whizz Kidz, where he works with disabled children, offering advice and guidance to
help them reach their potential. He is also an ambassador for charities, Mintridge
Foundation and Path to Success.