Retired modern pentathlete and Olympic gold medallist, Steph won her gold medal in the 2000 Sydney Games, the very first time the Pentathlon was introduced. After winning individual European and World titles, in 2001 Steph retired from her professional sporting career and dedicated her time to her career within medicine. Steph has been a committed charity worker and volunteer using her expertise in disadvantaged hospitals and natural disaster sites across the world. 

Steph recently attended the A Question of Access Sport Annual Dinner.

I am very passionate about sport and know the many social and health benefits it brings. This is why I believe that the work Access Sport do is so important; using the unique power of sport to bring communities together and transform the lives of disadvantaged and disabled young people.

Steph Cooke