Terry Baddoo is a sports anchor for CNN International (CNNI), based in the network's world headquarters in Atlanta. He is one of the presenters of the network's global sport highlight and news show World Sport.
Baddoo joined CNNI in October 1995. Bringing a wealth of international sports experience, he previously served as a sports anchor and reporter for BBC World, BBC Breakfast News, BBC Sport, BBC TV News, Sky Sports, BBC Newsround, BBC On The Line and BBC Schools. Before working in television, Baddoo worked extensively in print journalism. He was a reporter at several publications, including Today Newspaper, IPC Magazines, Link House Publications, Sunday Express Magazine, Carlton Magazine and Tennis Magazine.
Throughout his career, Baddoo has covered essentially every major international sporting event of recent times from World Cup football matches to the past three summer Olympics to Grand Slam tennis tournaments to World Championship boxing matches. He has interviewed numerous sports stars including football's David Beckham and Pele; gold medal Olympians Michael Johnson, Marion Jones and Carl Lewis; cricket players Steve Waugh and Wasim Akram; tennis superstars Andre Agassi, Steffi Graf and Venus and Serena Williams as well as Michael Schumacher from Formula One racing and Lennox Lewis from the world of boxing.
Baddoo received a degree from the University of London.
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