Paul Hollingsworth

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Paul Hollingsworth is the Atlantic Canada correspondent of TSN. He is also a former sports/general assignment reporter and weekend anchor for CTV Atlantic where he worked for 18 years.[1][2] In 2003 he won a Gemini award for his sports coverage.[3][4][disputed ]

In 2006, Hollingsworth co-authored the book, All Sorts of Sports Trivia[5][6][7] and in October 2007, he released his biography of NHL forward Brad Richards[8] which was a Canadian best-seller.[9] In November 2010, his third book, Sidney Crosby, The Story of a Champion, was released.[10][11][12] It was the top selling soft cover, non-fiction book in Canada for three months upon its release.[4]

Hollingsworth was born in[13] and grew up in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.[14] His father, Al Hollingsworth, was a radio, television and newspaper journalist.[14]

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  1. ^ "Talking with Tig". CTV Atlantic. 
  2. ^ "Breaking News Videos - Atlantic Canada News Videos". CTV Atlantic. 
  3. ^ "Metro Minute at Crosby book launch". Metro. 
  4. ^ a b "Paul Hollingsworth". CTV Atlantic. Retrieved 1 January 2015. 
  5. ^ Canadian book review annual 2006. Toronto: Peter Martin Associates. 2007. p. 148. ISBN 0973230177. 
  6. ^ Simpson, Jeffrey (12 December 2006). "Trivia for Atlantic sports fans". The Sunday Herald. Retrieved 1 January 2015. 
  7. ^ "All Sorts of Sports Trivia From Atlantic Canada". Resource Links. 
  8. ^ "History, lore reader favourites". The Sunday Herald. 9 December 2013. Retrieved 1 January 2015. 
  9. ^ Fitzgerald, Paul W. (Spring 2008). "And Now… An Interview with Paul Hollingsworth" (PDF). Maroon & White (Volume 65, Issue 2) (Saint Mary's University). Retrieved 1 January 2015. 
  10. ^ "Canadian Non-Fiction". Quill & Quire. 
  11. ^ "Sidney Crosby: The Story of a Champion". CM: Canadian Review of Materials. 
  12. ^ "The Author Stage - Paul Hollingsworth". Halifax Public Libraries. 
  13. ^ "Paul Hollingsworth – At Home Here in Nova Scotia". Sea and be Scene. 
  14. ^ a b Townsend, Hugh (April 17, 2013). "Sports broadcasting in very good hands". Pictou Advocate. Retrieved 1 January 2015. 

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