Paul Hollingsworth is the Atlantic Canada correspondent for SportsCentre, TSN's flagship news and information program.
Born and raised in Halifax, Hollingsworth joined TSN in November 2001. Along with covering the sports scene in Atlantic Canada, Hollingsworth has reported from some of the biggest sporting events in North America and around the world. Highlights of his career include reporting from the World Series, World Baseball Classic, Super Bowl, 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany, Stanley Cup Playoffs, Tim Hortons Brier, and IIHF World Junior Championship. Hollingsworth also covered Gary Carter's Cooperstown Hall of Fame induction in 2003 and Kirk Johnson's WBA heavyweight title fight against John Ruiz in 2002. In addition to reporting, Hollingsworth can be seen co-hosting SportsCentre on TSN.
Hollingsworth began his broadcasting career with CTV in 1995. In Halifax, Hollingsworth worked at CTV Atlantic as the weekend 6 p.m. news anchor and the back-up co-host for the network's magazine show Live at 5.
Hollingsworth graduated from Saint Mary's University with a Bachelor of Arts in English. He also holds a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of King's College. Hollingsworth has authored three books, including Brad Richards: A Hockey Story and All Sorts of Sports Trivia from Atlantic Canada. His latest, "Sidney Crosby, The Story of a Champion," is a national best-seller. For his contributions to sports broadcasting, Hollingsworth was recognized with a Gemini Award for sports reporting in 2003.