Dave Randorf is one of the most versatile, talented and busiest sports broadcasters in the country. The popular host of the CFL on TSN, he hosted TSN's first ever Grey Cup telecast, and has hosted every year since, including the historic 100th anniversary, hosted in Toronto in 2012.
Randorf joined TSN in 1985 as an editorial assistant, when he was a first-year Radio and Television Arts student at Ryerson University. Randorf worked in the TSN newsroom until 1989 before leaving for an on-air job at a TV station in Vancouver. Randorf returned to TSN in 1995 as the Vancouver correspondent and became the full-time co-anchor of TSN's Pacific Prime edition of SportsCentre in Vancouver in 1997.
The 2008 Beijing Games marked the 5th time Randorf has hosted TSN's primetime Olympic coverage, and he also hosted London 2012 coverage on CTV alongside Catriona Le May Doan.
Randorf's world championship play by play coverage includes 6 Gold Medal victories for Canada in Men's and Women's hockey. He has covered numerous sports and sporting events since joining TSN, including hockey, football, basketball, figure skating, U.S. Open golf, the Super Bowl, IIHF World Hockey Championship (men's and women's), Memorial Cup, Pan Am Games, Canada Games, and TSN's acclaimed coverage of the 2000 Olympic Summer Games in Sydney, 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City and 2004 Olympic Summer Games in Athens. Randorf was also part of TSN's second CFL broadcast crew for two seasons, calling the play-by-play action in 1999 and 2000.
Randorf was rewarded for his outstanding contribution to the world of sports with a 2000 Gemini Award nomination as Best Sports Broadcaster.