Clinton Grybas

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Clinton Andrew Grybas (9 February 1975 – 5 January 2008) was a leading Australian rules football and sports radio and television commentator. His death at only 32 years of age was thought to be as a result of falling whilst sleepwalking.


His media career began at the South East Melbourne Magic basketball team as club journalist and gameday host before he gained a key role with the ABC in Melbourne and then in Perth, where he called and presented the ABC's coverage of Australian Football League matches. He anchored or commentated National Basketball League (NBL) and National Soccer League (NSL) games as well as Hopman Cup, golf, lawn bowls and racing events. His most memorable moment on air was calling the women's water polo gold medal match at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, which was won by Australia in the final seconds. He switched to commercial radio in 2001, where he joined Rex Hunt at 3AW to form the self-proclaimed "number one calling team" in the game. He continued to cover many different sports included the Australian Open, boxing and both the Formula One and MotoGP Grand Prix events. He commentated at two Olympic Games and three Commonwealth Games. In 2005 he was named AFL's Radio Broadcaster of the Year.

When the Fox Footy Channel began in 2000, Grybas became the new television channel's leading...
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