- Bryan Mudryk
Bryan Mudryk (born in Athabasca,
Alberta, Canada), son of principal at Boyle School, Bob Mudryk, is a Canadian sports anchorfor TSN. He currently co-hosts the 10 PM and 2 AM ET editions of SportsCentre, along with Holly Horton. He joined TSN in October 2005.
Prior to joining TSN, Mudryk was a
sports anchorand reporterat CTV Edmontonbetween 2001and 2005. From 1999to 2001, he reported on sports for A ChannelWinnipeg.
Mudryk is a graduate of the Radio and Television Arts programme at the
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.
He is also a
* [http://www.tsn.ca/shows/sportscentre/bryan_mudryk.asp TSN.ca biography]
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