Nine names journalists covering the 2024 Paris Olympics

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The team’s journalists have covered a combined 29 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

With one month to go until the Opening Ceremony of Paris 2024, Nine has revealed the team of journalists it will be sending to the Olympic Games.

The team features journalists who have covered a combined 29 Olympic and Paralympic Games and share 60 major awards between them. Nine say the “strength of its news brandsThe Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Brisbane Times and WAtoday – will ensure Paris 2024 will be covered like no previous Olympic Games.”

A Paris 2024 hub will be available across the mastheads’ digital sites and apps, giving readers access to the full range of Olympics data, including a live medal tally plus searchable competition schedules and results.

The team of 18 includes the Herald and Age chief reporters Jordan Baker and Chip Le Grand, Europe correspondent Rob Harris, sport editors Chloe Saltau and Ian Fuge, and Eddie Jim, the reigning Walkley Award-winning portrait photographer of the year.

The full list includes Ian Fuge (Editor); Chloe Saltau (Editor); Megan Levy (Digital Producer); Eddie Jim (Photographer); Rob Harris (News, general sport, cycling); Jordan Baker (News, rowing, canoeing); Marta Pascual Juanola (News, general sport); Konrad Marshall (sport colour); Michael Gleeson (Athletics); Chip Le Grand (Swimming, sport politics); Greg Baum (Sport colour); Emma Kemp (Swimming, football); Tom Decent (Swimming, athletics); Andrew Webster (Sports columnist); Michael Chammas (General sport, rugby sevens, basketball); and Chris Paine (Head of Premium Content).

Luke Mcllveen, executive editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Brisbane Times and, WAtoday said that “The likes of Greg Baum, Andrew Webster, Emma Kemp, Jordan Baker, Michael Gleeson and Michael Chammas will deliver in-depth coverage and breaking news to our millions of readers online and in print in a way that hasn’t been seen before. The team is excited to hit the ground running in one of the world’s most beautiful cities.”

Joining the metro masthead contingent will be The Australian Financial Review [afr.com], who will be sending Zoe Samios, business of sport correspondent, and Europe correspondent Hans van Leeuwen.

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