Television and radio presenter Clinton Grybas has died today. He was 32.

A well-regarded sporting commentator, Grybas started in radio as a sports commentator for ABC radio in the mid-1990s – covering sports such as NBL, AFL and the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

He later moved to commercial radio, as a member of Melbourne 3AW‘s sporting line-up, covering a range of sports but particularly AFL and also co-hosted Sports Today, and also appeared on Foxtel as an AFL commentator and presenter of the interview program White Line Fever.

The cause of his death is not yet known. He would have turned 33 next month.

Source: Herald Sun

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