Chris Cuthbert

Biography: Born in Toronto and raised in Brampton, Chris has forged a highly respected career as a National Hockey League and Canadian Football League play-by-play announcer. He has worked for both the CBC and CTV/TSN during his career. After a series jobs covering college football both as a broadcaster and writer, Chris signed on with CBC's Edmonton, Alberta station in 1984.

During his distinguished career, Chris has covered football, hockey, figure skating, gymnastics, cycling, rowing, canoeing and kayaking. He has covered six different Olympic Games, the Commonwealth Games, the Grey Cup, the World Figure Skating Championships and the Stanley Cup playoffs. In 1998, Chris published the book Rink Stories From Hockey's Home Towns. Chris has won two Gemini Awards (1998 and 2006) for Sports Broadcasting excellence and in 2004 he was recognized by Sports Media Canada as Sportscaster of the Year. Chris resides in Brampton, Ontario with his wife Diane and their two children,
Born in Toronto and raised in Brampton, Chris has forged a highly respected career as a National Hockey League and Canadian Football League play-by-play announcer. He has worked for both the CBC and CTV/TSN during his career. After a series jobs covering college football both as a broadcaster and writer, Chris signed on with CBC's Edmonton, Alberta station in 1984.

During his distinguished career, Chris has covered football, hockey, figure skating, gymnastics, cycling, rowing, canoeing and kayaking. He has covered six different Olympic Games, the Commonwealth Games, the Grey Cup, the World Figure Skating Championships and the Stanley Cup playoffs.

In 1998, Chris published the book Rink Stories From Hockey's Home Towns.

Chris has won two Gemini Awards (1998 and 2006) for Sports Broadcasting excellence and in 2004 he was recognized by Sports Media Canada as Sportscaster of the Year.

Chris resides in Brampton, Ontario with his wife Diane and their two children, Jennifer and Justin.
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