The name Braith Anasta is synonymous with Australian sports fans.
A decorated career in rugby league saw the 37 year old from Sydney win an NRL Premiership, represent NSW in 10 State of Origin matches and his country on 4 occasions.
Anasta has continued to succeed post-Rugby League by establishing himself as one of Fox Sports’ leading broadcasters.
But it’s not just the sport of rugby league where he has excelled. A talented all around athlete, Anasta was also one of NSW’s leading junior golfers, cementing a spot in the NSW state junior squad at the age of 16. Golf remains Anasta’s chief hobby and still plays to a scratch handicap.
In addition to his television commitments, Anasta is currently managing several young Australasian PGA Tour players, including Australian Open runner-up Dimi Papadatos, and has established his own management company, Searoo Sports.
Anasta feels that with his years of experience competing in professional sport at the highest level with the constant scrutiny of the international media, he can help nurture our future superstars by providing them with insights as to how they need to prepare for battle