TSN Sportscentre Anchor, Olympic Champion
Olympic gold medalist Tessa Bonhomme is a reporter and anchor for Sportscentre, Canada’s most-watched sports news and information show. A member of the National Women’s Team since 2004, Tessa Bonhomme made her Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010 where she helped Canada win a third straight gold medal. In 2013 she competed at her fifth IIHF World Women’s Championship, winning the silver medal. Bonhomme had previously won gold in 2007 and 2012 along with silver in 2009 and 2011.
When not playing for the national team, Bonhomme plays defence for the Toronto Furies of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. Serving as captain, Bonhomme helped the team to the Clarkson Cup playoffs the last two seasons. She completed her collegiate career at Ohio State University in 2007-08 where she majored in speed pathology and was a finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award given to the NCAA’s top female hockey player.
Since Vancouver 2010, Bonhomme has competed on two reality television shows, Wipeout Canada and CBC’s Battle of the Blades on which she won the 2012 edition with Olympic gold medallist figure skater David Pelletier.
Speakers Like Tessa Bonhomme
Keynote Sports Evening
With years at TSN, this sports media expert has seen it all. As a keynote or as Master of Ceremonies, they will provide hilarious anecdotes about your favorite Sports personalities and professional athletes. Go behind the scenes of Sports like never before!
High Performance & Leadership
The sports media talent engages people on how to approach life with a new standard of high performance. They share strategies on how to not only make it to the next level, but to excel when you get there. They will provide insights and techniques to perform at this high level on a consistent, daily basis.
Having interviewed numerous professional athletes, they can tap into that key learning or lessons from sport and life. They will make sure the discussion is lively and entertaining.
Work with this TSN Talent to develop a topic that meets the needs of your audience – key topic areas include leadership, high performance, dealing with adversity and the future of sports.