Paul Sherwen is an expert cycling analyst for much of NBC Sports Group’s cycling programming on NBC and NBC Sports Network, including the Tour de France, Tour of California and USA ProCycling Challenge.
In 2012, Sherwen was an analyst for road and track cycling coverage at the London Olympics. Sherwen first covered the Olympics in 1996 in Atlanta and again in 2008 for the Beijing Games.
Sherwen is one of the most well-known voices in cycling, providing analysis for NBC Sports Group’s coverage of various events including the Tour de France. 2016 marks Sherwen’s 38th time calling the epic three-week race.
Prior to joining NBC Sports Network, Sherwen worked as a cycling commentator for ABC Sports’ and ESPN’s coverage of the Tour de France from 1991 to 2000, and served as a cycling analyst for the NBC production of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.
As a professional cyclist, Sherwen was a two-time British National Cycling champion in 1986 and 1987, participated in the Tour de France seven times and raced in all major European tours and one-day classics. He has reported on cycling events all around the world. Since his retirement, he has continued his involvement in the cycling industry.
Covering cycling for more than 150 days each year, he spends the remainder of his time at home in Uganda, Africa with his wife, Katherine, and two children.