In his distinguished 26 years of covering the wide world of sport, Rod Black has virtually done it all.
From the Blue Jays to the CFL, the Raptors to figure skating, the Stanley Cup Playoffs, tennis, golf, boxing, and of course the Olympics, Canada’s most versatile broadcaster has had a front row seat to observe and call all of sport’s major events.
A nanny and governess for over 30 years, Robina Uddin is in demand for her no-nonsense approach to raising children. Originally from the U.K., Nanny Robina has positively impacted the lives of families in the Middle East, the U.S., and Europe, prior to making Canada her new home in 1999. Her genuine love of children and international travel has shaped her solution-based expertise, helping parents to raise happy, healthy, and secure children. Teaching and training children is her passion.
Ray is the all time record holder in the Western Hockey league with 108 goals in a single season. He represented Canada internationally 4 times and won silver medals at the World Championships in 1989-1996.
Ferraro was a broadcaster for ESPN 1996-2002 and a studio analyst in 2006 for the Torino Olympics. He was the hockey game analyst for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.
After playing for the New York Rangers, Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins, PJ Stock retired from the NHL and turned his hand to sports broadcasting.
Stock debuted on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada as a panel member for The Hot Stove segment hosted by Ron MacLean in 2007. The following year, he handled scores and highlights between doubleheader programming. In 2011, he began co-hosting HNIC’s Game Day on Saturdays at 5pm.
McGuire began his broadcasting career in 1997 as a radio colour commentator for the Montreal Canadiens. He served as an analyst on Habs This Week and also on pre-game shows for the Ottawa Senators. In 2000 and 2001, McGuire became a fixture on TSN’s hockey coverage as a regular analyst on Molson That’s Hockey, Molson That’s Hockey 2 and Molson Canadian Leafs Hockey. McGuire currently writes a hockey column for Sports Illustrated.
Phil Keoghan is best known for his role as host of Jerry Bruckheimer’s television show, The Amazing Race, which has won six Emmy Awards and is now in its 14th season.
Phil’s life has been full of travel and adventure. He started traveling at the age of two accompanying his father, a plant scientist and mother who taught music, to third world countries all around the world.
Paul Hollingsworth is an anchor/reporter based out of Halifax and is a correspondent for SportsCentre, TSN’s flagship news and information program.
Hollingsworth joined TSN in November 2001. His current responsibilities include reporting on sports stories in and around the Halifax. In addition to his duties in the Halifax area, Hollingsworth reports on baseball for TSN, having covered the last five World Series, the last three Toronto Blue Jays’ Spring Training camps and the 2006 World Baseball Classic.