Bryan Mudryk co-hosts the 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. ET weekend editions of SportsCentre alongside Kate Beirness, bringing viewers a complete overview of the world of sports with highlights and comprehensive game reports. In addition to hosting SportsCentre, Mudryk does play-by-play as part of TSN's curling broadcast team and provided play-by-play commentary for men's and women's curling at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Mudryk was born in Athabasca, AB, and raised in nearby Boyle, AB (population 850). With more than 10 years experience as a broadcaster, Mudryk's career began in Lloydminster, AB, at CKSA TV and Radio as a reporter, covering a wide range of topics (1998 to 1999). From there, he moved to Winnipeg to anchor the weekend and late night sports segments for A-Channel (1999 to 2001). Mudryk spent four years at CTV Edmonton anchoring and reporting on sports before making the move to TSN in 2005.
Mudryk, a cancer survivor, was instrumental in launching a charity golf tournament to raise funds for the Alberta Cancer Foundation. Over the past 10 years, the annual Bryan Mudryk Golf Classic has raised more than $600,000 for cancer treatment equipment and research. For his efforts, Mudryk was nominated in 2008 for Canada's Top 40 Under 40 award.
In 2009, Mudryk launched a special scholarship for post-secondary students currently undergoing treatment for cancer.
Mudryk is a graduate of the Radio and Television Arts program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.
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