Mike Tomalaris Bio, Age, Net Worth, FIFA, and SBS World News

By | July 22, 2023

Mike Tomalaris Biography

Mike Tomaralis is a television reporter and broadcaster from Australia. He previously hosted SBS TV shows such as Tour de France coverage.

How old is Mike Tomalaris? – Age

He will be 63 on May 11, 2023. He was born in Australia in 1960.

Mike Tomalaris Net Worth

His estimated net worth is $4 million.

Mike Tomalaris FIFA

Tomararis worked as a reporter and presenter, combining football commentary with covering and emceeing his cycling events, until World Sports disbanded in 2006. He also covered the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the 2004 Athens Olympics and the 2008 Beijing Olympics where he was an SBS presenter as part of the team, and for many years he was part of the World News team as part of the team. He was one of his network presenters for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and since 1994 he has covered every FIFA World Cup as a reporter or presenter.

Mike Tomalaris Career

AAfter initially working in print journalism, Tomararis returned to SBS full-time in 1992, becoming a well-known commentator for international broadcasts of NSL games, footballers and the Orilus. In 1987, Les Murray commissioned Tomallaris to commentate a National Soccer League match. He made cycling known through his SBS, and in his 1992 and his 1996 visits to France in Holland, he first took up the example of the now old regional bank cycle.

Since then, he has overseen his SBS races and has become a major anchor in SBS’s global cycling portfolio, which includes events such as Journey Down Under, Giro d’Italia, Vuelta An He España, Journey of California and Paris-Roubaix. SBS broadcast live an unprecedented visit to Flanders in 2011. On Sunday evenings it hosts the organization’s Cycling Focal Series, the best program of its kind dedicated to the sport. SBS earned his three nominations for the Rosie Award for ‘Best Sports Coverage’ for producing the Tour de France.

When Cadel Evans became the first Australian to win the Tour de France in July 2011, SBS set record viewership. In 2014, SBS was one of four global telecommunications companies allowed to communicate on all stages of the Giro d’Italia.

Tomolaris initiated and supported an annual charity bike trip called the Johnny Warren Jambaroo Classic to raise funds for Chris O’Brien’s Lifehouse at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, in honor of former colleague and Socceroos captain Johnny Warren (1943-2004). Tomararis is an experienced cyclist and a member of the Sydney Unihis Verohi club.

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