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Lisa Knights represented Great Britain for almost ten years as a member of the GB water polo team and competed in two European swimming championships, world cups and the Commonwealth Water Polo Tournament in Manchester.

Lisa then moved to Australia where she played Water Polo in their National League for five years. She commentated on the Men’s National League at the Sydney Olympic Stadium and covered the women’s Olympic Final for Sky Australia.

Since then Lisa has worked for ITV covering the Athens Olympics, the Melbourne Commonwealth Games and the Varsity Boat Race.

Currently Lisa works as a television presenter for Sky News covering news, sport and showbiz.



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