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Michael Tomalaris is an Australian television reporter, presenter and host of SBS Television's programs including the Tour de France coverage. He is also a member of the presentation team at the network's flagship SBS World News.

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  • Michael Tomalaris is an Australian television reporter, presenter and host of SBS Television's programs including the Tour de France coverage. He is also a member of the presentation team at the network's flagship SBS World News.
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  • Michael Tomalaris is an Australian television reporter, presenter and host of SBS Television's programs including the Tour de France coverage. He is also a member of the presentation team at the network's flagship SBS World News. Tomalaris is one of the longest-serving members of the team behind SBS Sports and is the anchor fronting the Australian public television broadcaster's cycling programs. After working on such events as the 1992 and 1996 UEFA European Football Championship and the 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup tournaments as reporter and host, he has since focused on developing the network's Tour de France coverage. He was recognised by the Australian Sports Commission for 'Most Outstanding Contribution to a Sport by an Individual' at the 2011 annual awards.
  • Michael Tomalaris is an Australian television reporter, presenter and host of SBS Television's programs including the Tour de France coverage. He is also a member of the presentation team at the network's flagship SBS World News. Tomalaris is one of the longest-serving members of the team behind SBS Sports and is the anchor fronting the Australian public television broadcaster's cycling programs. After working on such events as the 1992 and 1996 UEFA European Football Championship and the 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup tournaments as reporter and host, he has since focused on developing the network's Tour de France coverage. He was recognised by the Australian Sports Commission for "Most Outstanding Contribution to a Sport by an Individual" at the 2011 annual awards.
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