Bryan Mudryk hosts TSN Sportscentre in Toronto.
He's also a 2-time cancer survivor.
Every year, this Alberta native returns to his hometown of Boyle to host the BRYAN MUDRYK GOLF CLASSIC. Every cent raised supports the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton.
In addition to hosting SportsCentre, Mudryk does play-by-play as part of TSN’s curling broadcast team and was fortunate enough to have called the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver.
Mudryk was born in Athabasca, AB, and raised in nearby Boyle, AB (population 1000). With more than 15 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 then spent four years at CTV Edmonton anchoring and reporting on sports before making the move to TSN in 2005. For his efforts, Bryan was nominated in 2008 for Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 award.
Bryan is a graduate of the Radio & Television Arts program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.
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following our 15th & final year!
We Have a Hole-in-One Winner!!
After 14 years, we can finally say that one of our Hole-in-One contests has been won!
A huge Congratulations goes out to JUSTIN MELNYK who successfully sunk his tee shot on Hole #8 (a 112 yard par 3) at Skeleton Lake Golf Course!
Our Hole Sponsor was UNIGLOBE ONE TRAVEL who was offering up a prize of a $4000 travel credit to the first person who was able to do this. And now that travel credit is all Justin's!!
Other Hole-in-One chances available this year were:
Maybe now that the proverbial 'seal has been broken', we will see other winners taking home incredible prizes for their skills - so make sure you get in on it too!
CTV Morning Live, Edmonton (June 23, 2017)
CTV Morning Live anchor, and long-time friend of the Mudryk family, Rob Williams talks with Bryan about the the bittersweet conclusion of the annual Bryan Mudryk Golf Classic, coming into its 15th and final year this year, and all the great memories this event has generated in its quest to give back to the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton.
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* Photo credit to Dermot Cleary Photographer Inc for main header center photo of Bryan with golf club.