Since 1998, Michael Anthony Wedderburn has predominantly appeared on Sky Sports News Good Morning Sports Fans as an English sports broadcaster. He has played cricket for Hampshire’s 2nd XI and rugby union for Harlequins and Wasps.
He participated in the Second Eleven Championship four times for Hampshire as a fast bowler in the 1983 and 1984 cricket seasons. Prior to an injury ending his career, he also played rugby union for Wasps and Harlequins. He participated with Harlequins in their Pilkington Cup Final loss to Bath in 1991–1992. Prior to obtaining an MSc in Sports Science at Loughborough University, he earned a degree in English literature. His brother Jim Wedderburn, who is of Barbadian heritage, represented the British West Indies and earned a bronze medal in athletics at the 1960 Summer Olympics.
Hobbies and Passion
Wedderburn has been a lifetime fan of both West Indies cricket and Manchester City F.C. In the ten-piece covers band Jivehoney, he plays the keyboard. In Oxfordshire, he has represented Banbury Twenty Cricket Club.
Mike Wedderburn Age
How old is Wedderburn? Wedderburn is 59 years old as of 2023. He was born on 28 March 1964 in Portsmouth, England.
Mike’s Height and Weight
He stands at an average height of 6 feet 5 inches and has a moderate weight of 92 kg
Wife and kids
The wife of Mike Wedderburn isn’t listed online by name. The source does mention that he and his wife had a daughter named Georgia.
Mike Wedderburn Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of around $1 million dollars.
Before joining the BBC, Wedderburn served as a sports presenter for Channel 4’s Rugby Special, Sportsnight, and Grandstand. He started covering international rugby for ITV in 1997. He began working for Sky Sports in 1998, when Sky Sports News first debuted, and has since been a frequent anchor on the channel’s Good Morning Sports Fans show.
Alex Hammond and he co-hosted the show until she departed in 2018 to work for Sky Sports Racing. Wedderburn hosted the daily World Cup Report on Sky Sports News during the 2007 Cricket World Cup.