Cozier is widely renowned for his extensive knowledge of cricket facts and statistics dating back to the 1950s.
Cozier is the son of Barbados journalist Jimmy Cozier (who was the managing editor for the St Lucia Voice and founder of the Barbados Daily News) and he studied journalism at Carleton University, Ottawa.
Cozier's first Test Match commentary on radio was on West Indies v Australia in 1965. Cozier is a member of the BBC's Test Match Special commentary team. He has also commentated for Channel Nine in Australia, and is a member of the Sky Sports West Indian Cricket commentary team.
Cozier wrote the definitive The West Indies: 50 Years of Test Cricket (published 1978) with a foreword by Garfield Sobers. He was editor of The West Indies Cricket Annual for all its 22 editions.
- Nice Cozier chat Mail Online, 28 April 1999
- Tony Cozier ESPN Cricinfo
- Tony Cozier: A Voice And Vision Caribbean Beat, May 2003
- Tony Cozier BBC Sport, 30 December 2002
- Cozier granted MCC life membership England and Wales Cricket Board, 15 December 2011
- "Bajan days and nights". Cricinfo. ESPN. 13 April 2012.
- West Indies in India Nov 1974/Jan 1975 - Summary ESPN Cricinfo - Excerpt from Cozier's book
- Tony Cozier Unplugged CaribbeanCricket.com, 20 April 2004 - Two-part interview with Cozier
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