Adrian Warner

Senior Lecturer in Sports Journalism

Adrian Warner

Adrian is a former BBC Sports Correspondent who joined the University of Bedfordshire in 2015.

During a reporting career which began in 1988, he’s covered 13 Olympics and five World Cups. He’s worked for the Evening Standard, Reuters and the BBC and reported from more than 25 countries. He combines teaching with continuing to report major sporting events.

Adrian has recently covered the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for Reuters news agency. You can follow his work in industry via Twitter - @adrian_warner

Adrian Warner is an award-winning journalist with nearly 30 years’ experience of writing and broadcasting for Reuters, the Evening Standard and the BBC as a sports correspondent for TV, radio, newspapers and online.

Adrian has also covered global news stories in addition to sport, including the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Manchester city centre bomb blast, international political summits, financial markets, and arts and musical events. He has reported from more than 25 countries for both text and TV.

He has published two books, including co-writing the story of London’s successful bid for the 2012 Olympics.


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