Tiffany Cherry

Masters Of Ceremonies

About Tiffany Cherry

With her love for public speaking, Tiffany regularly gives talks to schools and sporting clubs, as well as hosting major functions and events for sporting and corporate groups.

Tiffany’s journalism career began in 1993 as a regular feature writer for Australian Runner Magazine. Tiffany worked on 3UZ (now Sport 927) as a weekly panellist for Brian Taylor’s Breakfast Sport Show, before working at The Age as a freelance sports journalist between 1995-99. During this period Tiffany also worked with 3AW and Channel Seven’s ‘Talking Footy’ program. Tiffany finally got her big break with Prime News, based in Albury as the Sports Presenter and journalist for the nightly news service.

Tiffany Joined Channel Seven’s News Team in Melbourne as a full time Sports Reporter in 2000. She worked on a variety of sports including Olympic Reports, Australian Tennis Open and the AFL, including live reports from the 2000 and 2001 Grand Finals. Tiffany was employed in a variety of small presenting roles across Seven’s sports programming and also hosted Australia’s Olympic Welcome Home Parade at the Melbourne Town Hall.

In 2007 Tiffany was employed by American company ESPN, the world’s largest Sports Network, to set up their Melbourne Bureau and be their Melbourne correspondent for SportsCenter (Pacific Rim). In mid 2008, Tiffany was invited to cover the ESPY awards for ESPN and test screen to anchor SportsCenter out of ESPN’s headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut.

Tiffany returned to Australia in late 2009 to re-join Foxtel as Host of their coverage of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games and London 2012 Olympic Games. In addition to her role with Foxtel, Tiffany presented the sport for Sky News primetime nightly bulletin with Michael Willesee until October 2012. In December 2012 Tiffany joined the team of sporting experts at SEN 1116 with the launch of her Saturday night radio show ‘The Hen House’, a sporting radio show with a twist.

Tiffany was the first female AFL boundary rider and has won a number of awards and scholarships, both sporting and journalism, including Most Outstanding AFL Documentary 2005, ASTRA Most Outstanding Sports Coverage and Most Outstanding Innovation in Programming (part of commentary team). Tiffany was also nominated for an ASTRA Favourite Female TV personality and was part of Foxtel’s Olympic broadcast team that was nominated for a 2011 Logie.

Tiffany’s interest in sport extends beyond that of most journalists, as she represented Australia at the World Triathlon Championships in Montreal, Canada 1999; was ranked in the top eight in Australia over consecutive years as a 400 metre hurdler; was an AFL physiotherapist for Richmond for three years; operated her own physiotherapy practice; and worked with a variety of state and national sporting teams.

Tiffany loves travelling and combining this with her sporting passion and has been to six Olympic Games (summer and Winter); three Commonwealth Games; World Cup soccer; Tennis Grand Slams; US and British Open Golf; Tour de France; Superbowl; NBA Finals; Kentucky Derby; and World Grand Prix Athletic Final to name a few. She has many stories to share from each unique experience.

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