James Bracey

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James Bracey
Born (1984-09-17) 17 September 1984 (age 29)
Gosford, New South Wales Australia
Occupation Sports Journalist
Years active 2004 - present

James Bracey (born 17 September 1984, in Gosford, New South Wales) is an Australian sports journalist.

Bracey is currently a reporter and presenter at Sky News.

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Bracey commenced as a producer at Sky News in 2004 whilst he was studying a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) at the University of Newcastle. After graduating he joined the Sky News team in a full-time capacity.

The highlight of his career was in 2008 covering the Beijing Summer Olympic Games for Sky News Australia.

In the lead up to the Games, Bracy went behind the scenes with the Australian swimming team to follow their preparations, from qualifying at the Aussie titles in Sydney to their pre-Olympic camp in Kuala Lumpur and then onto the biggest stage of all.

He was awarded Swimming Australia’s 2008 Media Award for his coverage.[1]

Bracey has subsequently covered the Winter Olympics in Canada and Commonwealth Games in Dehli in 2010 for Foxtel, [2][3] the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand for Fox Sports in 2011 and the Summer Olympics in London in 2012.

In January 2013, Bracey was appointed presenter of a new sports show on Sky News Sky Sports Night.

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