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David Walsh is Chief Sports writer at The Sunday Times and he is well known for investigating Lance Armstrong and exposing the illegal use of drugs in professional cycling. He is a four-time Sports Writer of the Year in Ireland and a four-time Sports Writer of the Year in the UK. He was recently judged Journalist of the Year at the British Press Awards for his work on the Lance Armstrong story.
"A respected journalist and sports writer"
David began his career as a journalist reporting for the Leibtrim Observer. His next job was at the Dublin based newspaper the Irish Press, and while working there he decided to take a year out to cover cycling in Paris. He returned to his job for a short period before moving on to work the Sunday Tribune followed by the Sunday Independent and in 1996 he joined The Sunday Times. In 1998, David began working on the story about doping in professional cycling alongside another Sunday Times journalist called Paul Kimmage. Together they battled to expose the extent of illegal doping that was taking place within the profession.
What he offers you
With a wealth of live journalist experience, David is also a professional and seasoned conference host. He uses his considerable skills to ensure the success of any event he is hosting.
How he presents
Always well prepared, David is a relaxed and captivating host, making sure audiences are kept informed and engaged at events around the world.
He presents in English.
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