Tony Jones (sports journalist)
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Tony Jones (born 1 October 1961) is an Australian sports presenter and journalist, based in Melbourne. Jones is the sport presenter for Today, and for Nine News Melbourne on weeknights. He will also be a host on the network’s Australian Open coverage from 2019.
Jones began presenting weekend sports bulletins in 1988 and moved to weeknight sports presenting in 1990.
In his career, Jones has been most noted for his work with the Nine Network in Australia, as a sports reporter for Nine News and hosting The Sunday Footy Show between 2006 and 2008, before returning as host in 2017. He is the weeknight sport presenter for Nine News Melbourne.
He was part of the network’s 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games coverage.
In February 2010, Jones covered the Winter Olympics in Vancouver for the Nine Network.
On 5 May 2011, he celebrated 25 years with the Nine Network.
Despite the prevalence of it, he does not like the nickname "Chompers"; this is a reference to his extremely white teeth.
Jones is also a fill in presenter on 3AW.
In 2019 Jones will present sport on the Today Show replacing Tim Gilbert.
- Tyson Otto (23 July 2016). "Danny Frawley lands knockout blow in footy media feud". news.com.au. News Limited. Retrieved 23 May 2018.
- Tony Jones (9 News) Archived 11 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine
- Channel Nine drops Tony Jones from Sunday Footy Show
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1990 - present
2019 - present
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