The Players

Chamberlin Sports has a team of passionate and skilled individuals who have the shared goal of wanting others to progress. We also source the most relevant talent for every bespoke event.

Ed Chamberlin

As one of sport’s best-known and most skilled broadcasters with a locker room full of experience, Ed is the ultimate team player and the master of passing the ball. He is keen to help anyone and everyone and share his vast knowledge of presenting to the benefit of others. He always makes his training and events as energetic and enthusiastic as he is himself.

Rosie Tapner

After gracing the front cover of Vogue at the age of 16, Rosie worked as a top model for 10 years travelling the run ways of the world. Her real passion is however for horses and the countryside, so in the last few years, Rosie has turned her attentions to TV presenting in this sphere. She has presented the After Hours show for Jockey Club Racecourses, worked for both Ascot and Goodwood TV as well as Sky Sports Racing. There is no individual more professional, enthusiastic or easier to work with in the game. Rosie also rides work for Charlie Hills and has ridden in the Magnolia Cup.

George Baker

A life changing head injury curtailed George’s career as a top flat jockey. Since retirement, he has taken up a role as a Trustee of the Injured Jockeys Fund and is a TV Pundit for Racing TV. With his many skills, sharp intelligence and expert knowledge of racing, George is a fascinating, insightful and humorous addition to any event or preview.

Liz Ampairee

Liz is the main event organiser and the team’s manager ensuring the right players are in the right positions and that the spectators are not disappointed!

Richard Hoiles

As one of the country’s top commentators, Richard is the master of words and articulation always in total command of his thoughts and craft, even when chaos reigns around him! His role in media and communications training is vital to Chamberlin Sports and he is generous with his time beyond compare. He is equally professional and proficient at hosting events and with his voiceover work.

Jane Mangan

A former talented amateur jockey turned racing broadcaster, Jane has quickly established herself as an expert pundit for RTÉ Racing and Racing TV with her witty humour, no nonsense analysis and broad spectrum of knowledge. She brings a unique Irish perspective to the team and plays a scoring role in both media and event activities.

Brough Scott

With five decades of experience as a writer, author and broadcaster of top-level sport, Brough remains one of the most forward thinking and level-headed people around. If anyone is giving an interview outside of the industry’s niche parish, they should always talk to Brough as he has a permanent grasp of the wider context, which many often fail to consider. He also offers fascinating historical insights at many events.

Ed Chamberlin

As one of sport’s best-known and most skilled presenters. Ed will play a key role in Chamberlin Sports. He is keen to help anyone and everyone, and to make his training and presentations as energetic as he is himself. The ultimate team player, Ed is the master of passing the ball. His professional and calm control of his presenting team means the viewer always feels ‘safe’.

Richard Hoiles

As one of the country’s top commentators, Richard Hoiles is the master of words and articulation. He will play a key role in relevant media training sessions, plus get involved in corporate events and speaking. Richard is always in total command of his voice, thoughts and craft – even when chaos reigns around him.

Rosie Tapner

After gracing the front cover of Vogue at the age of 16, Rosie worked as a top model for 10 years travelling the run ways of the world. Her real passion is however for horses and the countryside, so in the last few years, Rosie has turned her attentions to TV presenting in this sphere. She has presented the After Hours show for Jockey Club Racecourses, worked for both Ascot and Goodwood TV as well as Sky Sports Racing. There is no individual more professional, enthusiastic or easier to work with in the game. Rosie also rides work for Charlie Hills and has ridden in the Magnolia Cup.

George Baker

A life changing head injury curtailed George’s career as a top-level flat jockey. Since retirement, he has taken up a role as a Trustee of the Injured Jockeys Fund and TV Pundit for Racing TV and will add an additional edge to Chamberlin Sports with his many skills. Intelligent and humorous, George will always offer the group he is hosting an insight they have never encountered before.

Jane Mangan

A former talented amateur jockey turned racing broadcaster, Jane has quickly established herself as an expert pundit for RTÉ Racing and Racing TV with her witty humour, no nonsense analysis and broad spectrum of knowledge. She brings a unique Irish perspective to the team and will play a scoring role in both media and event activities.

Brough Scott

With five decades of experience as a writer, author and broadcaster of top-level sport, Brough remains one of the most forward thinking and level-headed people around. If anyone is giving an interview outside of the industry’s niche parish, they should always talk to Brough the night before, as he has a permanent grasp of the wider context, which many often fail to consider.

Liz Ampairee

Liz will be the team’s manager ensuring the right players are in the right positions and that the spectators are not disappointed!

Do contact us if you think you would like to play on our team.

Do contact us if you think you would like to play on our team.