MARK BERETTA BIOGRAPHY
Mark Beretta or Beretts, as he’s most commonly known, started his career in radio working at 3GL in Geelong, and then Triple M in Melbourne.
Within a couple of years, he made the transition to television, and after a year at Channel 10, he joined the Seven Network in early-1995.
Mark has covered every summer and winter Olympic Games since Atlanta in 1996, and hosted the Sydney 2000 telecast. He is part of Seven’s V8 Supercar commentary team, and a host of the Australian Open and Sydney to Hobart broadcasts. Beretts has also been a member of Seven’s AFL commentary team.
He appeared in Series 7 of Dancing With The Stars, where he lasted 7 weeks.
Mark is a 10-times Australian Water Ski champion, a silver medallist at the Singapore International Masters, and held a U.S. record. He has a degree in Engineering. Mark has completed four Tour de Cure charity bike rides, each covering over 1,500km in 10 days.
Mark is also an experienced keynote speaker on the topics of CSR & Social, Mentorship, Sports subjects Racing, Watersports, Motorsports and Cycling
Mark and his wife Rachel have two children, Ava and Daniel, and a dog, Jimmy.