Reporter for Sky Sports News
Amy Lewis has been a news reporter at Sky Sports News for the past 4 years, covering some of sport's biggest stories on the country's only 24 hour sports news channel.
Specialising in the financial and legal aspects of sport, she has covered some of sport's highest profile court cases including the Bernie Ecclestone High Court bribery trial, and the Oscar Pistorius murder case for which she received praise from The Daily Telegraph. Amy frequently presents results of her own investigations, such as a story covering the high number of football league players who had reported social media abuse to police in the past year.
Amy Lewis was one of Sky's main 'faces' during the Olympics, presenting daily on location across a number of events and was presenting live as Britain won its first gold medal. Aside from regularly breaking stories at Sky Sports, she also produces and presents 30-minute documentaries on key news issues and can be found reporting live outside Premier League clubs on Transfer Deadline Day.
Previously, Amy worked at Sky News covering the General Election, the Royal Wedding announcement and terrorism court cases. She has interviewed four of the last five Prime Ministers.
Before that, Amy Lewis worked in the ITV regions for 4 years and local radio for 3 years. She was awarded two national awards - one for her coverage of the Asian Tsunami aftermath.
Amy Lewis is also a Trustee of the children's sports charity, the Reading Community Trust and presents 30-minute sports programmes for Reuters.
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