Tim Gilbert is an Australian journalist.
Gilbert is currently a sports presenter on ''Today''.〔
Gilbert's media career began at Radio 2GN in Goulburn and 2UE.〔http://www.icmi.com.au/tim-gilbert〕
In 1996, Tim joined the Nine Network and since then has been a sport presenter, commentator, reporter and producer on the network. He has presented sport reports on ''Nine News'' and been a reporter on ''The Cricket Show'' and ''The NRL Footy Show''.
Gilbert has covered a number of sporting events both in Australia and around the world including the 2012 London Olympics and the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
In February 2009, Tim was appointed weekend sports presenter on ''Weekend Today''.〔http://www.jump-in.com.au/show/today/team/bios/tim-gilbert/〕
Gilbert is also a fill-in host on Friday Night NRL if Cameron Williams is away. He is also a commentator for the network
In September 2014, Gilbert was announced as Ben Fordham's replacement on ''Today''.〔http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/tim-gilbert-announced-as-ben-fordhams-replacement-as-sports-presenter-on-the-today-show/story-e6frfmyi-1227073562099〕 He commenced his new role in November.
In 2015, Andrew Johns caused controversy when he told Tim to "Fk off" live on air during an episode of the Sunday footy show. Neither party would comment about their off air feud.
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