By Dan McCarthy

The Seven Network has announced that Kirsty Bradmore will take on the role of Executive Producer on Seven Motorsport, effective immediately.

Bradmore has extensive television experience, is an award-winning broadcaster and a highly respected member of Seven’s Executive Producers.

More recently, Bradmore has been behind the award-winning coverage of the 2020 Paralympic Games and is currently leading the 7SPORT team as Executive Producer for the 2022 Commonwealth Game.

Bradmore is no stranger to sports production, having managed the team for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

Overall, she has more than 20 years of experience in both television and radio.

Bradmore specializes in large-scale non-broadcast sports and executive roles in television productions.

Kirsty’s skill base and intellectual property includes preparing production budgets and schedules; legal and media rights management; relationships with key stakeholders in the sports and entertainment industry; Development of technical OB truck specifications for major events; and long-standing relationships with talent and agents

Seven Melbourne Managing Director and Head of Network Sport Lewis Martin explained the rationale behind Bradmore’s selection for the role.

“It is with great pleasure that we announce Kirsty Bradmore as our EP of Motorsport,” said Martin.

“Kirsty is an incredible addition to the Seven team, bringing a new perspective to Seven’s unrivaled motorsports coverage coupled with award-winning sports broadcast credentials.

“Looking ahead, Seven is on track for an exceptional remainder of the 2022 Supercars season, including the most important event on the calendar, the Bathurst 1000,” he said.

“With Kirsty at the helm, we couldn’t be better positioned to drive audience growth for Australian motorsport right here on Your Home of Sport.”

Bradmore is excited to take on the role of Motorsport EP and is particularly looking forward to the Bathurst 1000

“During my time at Seven, I’ve been fortunate to work on some of the biggest sporting events in the world, helping to share the incredible stories of Australian and international athletes on the biggest stage,” she said.

“I’m thrilled to delve into the world of motorsport and uncover the stories of some of Australia’s biggest and best athletes as they approach the final round of the 2022 Supercars season.

“It is an honor to be part of a world-class team that delivers the legendary Bathurst 1000. It’s not called the great race for nothing and I can’t wait to experience the intensity, passion and high-level action of motorsport.”

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