Ryan Phelan

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Ryan Phelan
Born (1975-06-07) 7 June 1975 (age 43)
Ayr, Queensland
OccupationTelevision presenter, reporter and media personality
EmployerSeven Network
Children2

Ryan Phelan is an Australian television journalist, media personality and presenter.

Phelan currently presents news updates on The Morning Show and is co-host of The Daily Edition.[1]

Career[edit]

He hosted Network Ten's Sports Tonight every weeknight from 2002 until 2006. He then when to Foxtel to host various sporting shows, including NRL on Fox, Monday Night Football, Super Saturday coverage and ESPN Sports Centre.

He also did some work on radio - on Sky Radio's Big Sports Breakfast and a weekend sports show on Classic Rock with Wendell Sailor and 2GB's Sunday Session with Darryl Brohman.

In 2013, Phelan joined the Seven Network and was appointed weekend sports presenter for Sydney's Seven News. He remained in this role until April 2016, after which he moved to presenting the sport on Seven Morning News and news updates on The Morning Show. He also became a co-host on The Daily Edition alongside Sally Obermeder and Tom Williams.

Phelan is currently a news and sports presenter on Seven News, he is a highly accomplished television host with a wealth of experience. He has the ability to cover a wide variety of genres, including Sunrise, and a number of sports broadcasts, including hosting the Rugby League World Cup, Football World Cup and Seven's Horse Racing coverage including the Spring Carnival.

Phelan was also winner of Cleo Magazine's 2005 Bachelor of the year Award voted by the public.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ryan Phelan | LinkedIn". www.linkedin.com. Retrieved 2016-03-30.
Preceded by
Monique Wright
The Daily Edition
Co-host

2016 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Originator
Seven Morning News
Sport presenter

May 2016 - present
Succeeded by
Jim Wilson (Tuesdays-Fridays)
Preceded by
Simon Reeve
Weekend Sunrise
Sport presenter

January 2015 - July 2015
Succeeded by
Simon Reeve
Preceded by
Matt Carmichael
Seven News Sydney
Weekend sport presenter

March 2013 - April 2016
Succeeded by
Jim Wilson
Preceded by
Tim Webster
Sports Tonight
Presenter

2003 - 2006
Succeeded by
Brad McEwan
Preceded by
Andrew G
Cleo Bachelor of the Year
2005
Succeeded by
Andy Lee