Ed Chamberlin

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Ed Chamberlin
Born Edward Chamberlin
(1974-02-06) 6 February 1974 (age 42)
Shepton Mallet, Somerset
Occupation Journalist and presenter
Employer ITV (from 2017)
Sky Sports (From 1999 to May 2016)

Edward Chamberlin (born 6 February 1974) is an English sports broadcaster who is working for ITV from 2017.

Presenting career[edit]

A former bookmaker and journalist, Chamberlin first appeared on Sky Sports in 1999. He co-hosted the betting show, The Full SP, with Jeff Stelling before joining the Sky Sports News team on a full-time basis. Chamberlin has presented coverage of the UEFA Champions League and the World Cup draws.[1]

In 2011, Chamberlin became the main football presenter for Sky Sports, replacing Richard Keys.[2] Chamberlin hosted coverage of Premier League matches on the Super Sunday and Monday Night Football shows. Chamberlin presented his final coverage of a Premier League match for Sky on Tuesday 17 May, a re-arranged fixture between Manchester United and Bournemouth.

Chamberlin will become the main presenter of ITV's Horse Racing coverage when it moves to the channel in 2017.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Chamberlin is a supporter of Southampton F.C.. He is a former employee of Ladbrokes and has a passion for horse racing.[2]

He was diagnosed with stomach cancer in January 2009 and this took time away from his Sky Sports career. In an interview in February 2013, Chamberlin said: "There isn't a day go by when I don't think back to my illness and remind myself just how fortunate I am."[2]

In 2013, he became an ambassador for WellChild, a British charity for sick children.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ed Chamberlin: Sky Sports Presenter". The Gordon Poole Agency. Retrieved 11 January 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c Turner, Sam (26 February 2013). "Fond memories of Cheltenham for racing fanatic Chamberlin following his successful cancer battle". Daily Mail. Retrieved 10 January 2014. 
  3. ^ http://www.itv.com/presscentre/press-releases/itv-announce-ed-chamberlin-front-racing-coverage
  4. ^ "Celebrity Ambassadors". www.wellchild.org.uk. Retrieved 4 October 2015. 

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