Conor Travers is a former contestant from the British television game show Countdown and is widely considered to be among the greatest Countdowners of all time. In May 2006 he became a series champion at the age of 14 years, and remains the show's youngest ever champion. He later qualified for the 12th Championship of Champions tournament, making the semi-final in the process. He also won the Countdown 30th Birthday Championship in April 2013, where in the final he scored a record equalling 146 points.
Travers studied for his GCSEs at Cardinal Newman Catholic School, Luton and he did his A-levels at Luton Sixth Form College. He went on to study mathematics at St John’s College, University of Cambridge. His hobbies include cricket, chess, and computers.
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