Where is Nicole Livingstone now?

Livingstone is currently a radio presenter for Melbourne station SEN 1116 and presenter at Network Ten and also a panelist and fill in presenter for Carrie Bickmore on The Project.

Where was Nicole Livingstone born?

Melbourne, Australia
Nicole Livingstone/Place of birth

Who is commentating with Nicole Livingstone?

Noted sports broadcaster and journalist Matt White will serve as host across the six days of live swimming events. Joining Matt as experts will be three-time Olympian Nicole Livingstone OAM, three time Olympian and gold medallist Grant Hackett OAM, and Paralympic gold medallist, Annabelle Williams OAM.

Is Nicole Livingston married?

Marty Smith
Nicole Livingstone/Spouse

Who is the CEO of AFLW?

Nicole Livingstone (Dec 4, 2017–)
AFL Women’s/CEO

Is Nicole Livingstone commentating at the Olympics?

“All AFL head office team members are currently working remotely, including Nicole Livingstone who will be commentating on the swimming events during the opening week of the Olympics,” an AFL spokeswoman said. “She remains in daily contact with her team while in Tokyo.”

How old is Nicole Livingston?

50 years (June 24, 1971)
Nicole Livingstone/Age

Who is Nicole Livingstone married to?

What is the highest score in AFLW?

The Western Bulldogs’ score of 12.14 (86) was, at the time, the highest score in a AFL Women’s premiership match. Brooke Lochland’s seven goals in the match against Carlton is the most of any AFL Women’s player in a single match to date.

Who won the women’s AFL Grand Final 2020?

The match was won by Brisbane, who defeated Adelaide by 18 points and claimed their first senior women’s premiership. It was the first AFLW grand final since 2019, as there was no grand final match staged during the 2020 season following the cancellation of the latter stage of the season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Who is commentating swimming 7+?

A multiple world-record holder in both the 100m and 200m breaststroke, Leisel will commentate on the swimming during Tokyo 2020. A three-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist and winner of 18 Australian Championships at 400m, 800m and 400m hurdles, Tamsyn will join Bruce McAvaney for commentary at the athletics.

Who is the best AFL player of all time?


  2. WAYNE CAREY (North Melbourne/Adelaide)
  3. TONY LOCKETT (St Kilda/Sydney)
  4. DUSTIN MARTIN (Richmond) Dustin Martin has been in scintillating form so far in 2021.
  5. LANCE FRANKLIN (Hawthorn/Sydney) Lance Franklin of the Swans is closing in on 1,000 AFL goals.