Journalist, Sports Broadcaster & MC
Roz Kelly is a sports broadcaster who has covered some of the biggest sporting events in the world.
In a 15 year career as a journalist and presenter, Roz has clocked up thousands of air miles travelling the globe reporting on the ground at Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Rugby World Cup, Ashes series … to the Champs-Élysées as Aussie Cadel Evans made history in the Tour de France and even as far as remote breaks off Tahiti and Fiji for the World Surf League.
She is currently the host of the Nine Network’s long-running national show, Sports Sunday, and Nine News Sydney’s 6pm weekend sports bulletin.
Roz is also a key member of Nine’s award winning Wide World of Sports team as host of the network’s Grand Slam tennis coverage, rugby and major cricket tournaments.
Previously, she hosted the acclaimed Big Bash League coverage on Channel 10 alongside Australian cricket legend Adam Gilchrist for three seasons. During her time at Channel 10, Roz also hosted the 10 News First national weekend sports bulletin with Chris Bath, co-hosted much loved sports news show, Sports Tonight, and was an integral member of the 10 Sports team – fronting the network’s major broadcasts such as the Formula One Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne Cup Carnival, Bathurst 1000, Australian MotoGP and Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
She is the mother of two active young boys so when she’s not hosting sport, she is found on the sideline somewhere cheering them on at weekend sporting activities.
Roz is an ambassador for children’s cancer support charity, RedKite, and is passionate about supporting women in sport and the workforce.
As an MC, Roz is engaging, energetic and relatable, and can host anything from sensitive charity events, to sporting functions, product launches and large black-galas.