Rachel Gredley (nee Wyse) – born January 22, 1985 in Dublin – is a Sky Sports News presenter.
Rachel attended St Andrew’s College, Dublin. She graduated from the Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dún Laoghaire with a degree in Business Studies and Arts Management.
Gredley eventually moved into television, producing and presenting her own entertainment and cultural programme on the City Channel.
She moved into sports presenting with the Show Jumping Ireland Premier Series in 2008 and 2009 on Sky Sports, Horse & Country TV and TG4, and was the face of Leinster Rugby’s online television channel Leinster Rugby TV.
Gredley then became a co-presenter on Ireland’s only domestic motoring show Xccelerate on 3E.
In July 2010, she was offered a contract with Sky Sports News and made her first appearance on the channel the same month. She now works full-time as a Sky Sports News Anchor.
In May 2014, Gredley was announced as a presenter of Sky Sports’s new coverage of Gaelic games. Sky purchased the broadcasting rights for Championship football and hurling from the GAA.
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