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Hottest Female Sports Reporters

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Have you ever thought how important is the attraction of a sports reporter? In this article, we are to introduce you to the Hottest Female Sports Reporters.

The world of sports has always fascinated people from all over the world and they always follow its news with great enthusiasm. This vast domain just like all other fields in the 21st century has undergone fundamental changes in the field of culture and popular beliefs.

The media was forced to apply and accept these changes to survive and keep its audience. So there was no room for patriarchal programs.These days, you can turn on your TV sets, go to any sports channel and find a hot and sumptuous lady who is standing right before you and give the latest news on your favorite sport with all delicacy and smoothness.

That's just right. Women have penetrated the profession which was dominated by men. And they're not just regular women. They're beautiful, sexy, and hot ladies who can make you stare at your TV set all night long.

The Hottest Female Sportscasters

Many gorgeous girls work in the field of sports. But we've narrowed the search down to the very best. Here are 10 of the

hottest female sports reporters

.

Erin Andrews

With no doubt, we should name her as our first

hottest female sportscasters

.  Erin Jill Andrews was born on May 4, 1978, in Lewiston, Maine. Paula Andrews- her mother-was a teacher and his father - Steven Andrews- was a TV journalist and also a six-time Emmy Award–winner.

During her school days, she was such an active girl. She was a member of the dance team, student government, and the National Honor Society.When she finished high school, she attended the University of Florida, and also there, she was a member of the university dance team.

She started her career in 2000 in Fox Sports Florida as a freelance reporter. After four years she left Fox and joined ESPN in April 2004 as a reporter for ESPN National Hockey Night. She has also reported for the College World Series, Little League World Series, and Great Outdoor Games.

Andrews hosted the first hour of ESPN's College Game Day on ESPNU and had been a Good Morning America correspondent on ABC since 2010 although she had not performed on the show since she was busy covering the Oscars in February 2011.

Until the end of 2011, Erin worked for ESPN, and later on from 2012 till present, she is working in FOX Sport. She was the first host of Fox College Football's studio show and was joined by analysts Eddie George and Joey Harrington. Erin is also active in charity activities, she is a spokesperson for the Kraft Foods Huddle to Fight Hunger campaign in 2010, which aimed to raise US$2.86 million for Feeding America.

In January 2017 Erin herself stated that she is suffering from cervical cancer. But after two surgeries this inspirational woman officiated that she defeated cancer. Andrews has been a guest on several talk shows, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Samantha Ponder

The current host of Sunday NFL Countdown on ESPN is our next hottest female sports reporters.  Samantha Ponder was born on December 11, 1985, in Arizona. When she finished her high school education, she attended The King's College in New York City. As she was in New York City, she applied for a hostess job at ESPN Zone where she met Ben Keeperman a college football researcher and manager with ABC Sports Radio and that led to an internship at the network which consequently led to a researcher-assistant job with ABC-TV on the college football studio show.

After her graduation in 2009, she started working for Fox Sports Net and Fox College Sports as a sideline reporter for Pac-10 and Big 12 college basketball and football games. After three years, she joined ESPN'sLonghorn Network as a sideline reporter. Samantha along with Kevin Dunn and Lowell Galindo, were the newly created network's first three talent hires.

In 2012, Samantha married Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder and since 2013 Samantha stated using his husband family name, In July 2014 this sportive couple became parents of a daughter, Bowden Sainte-Claire "Scout". And later on in June 2017 Sam also gave birth to a boy, Robinson True and a girl, Price, in July 2018.

Kirsty Gallacher

Kirsty Jane Gallacher is widely known as one of the

hottest women sports reporters

in the world. She was born on 20 January 1976 in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. She is the daughter of the former Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher.

She got familiar with then deputy head of sport at Sky, at a Ryder Cup dinner and later on started her professional career working as a production assistant in 1996, before starting her career as an assistant on Sky Sports.

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After two years in 1998, she could break into Sky Sports News and since then has the chance of hosting different programs such as 90 Minutes, Soccer Extra, Kirsty, and Phil (on BBC Radio 5 Live) and Soccer AM. This professional and indeed attractive sports anchor has lots of honors and achievements in her career. She was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Royal Television Society Television Sports Awards in 1998. She won the trophy of Satellite/Digital TV Personality at the 2002 Television and Radio Industries Club Awards, and Kirsty's Home Videos won her the following year's Satellite/Digital Programme award in 2003. She also won a "Platinum Award" for Best Entertainment Programme at the 2002 Houston International Film Festival. Time to move forward on our list of hottest Female Sports Reporters.

Leeann Tweeden

Leeann Velez Tweeden was born on June 13, 1973, in Manassas, Virginia, the U.S. she is a radio broadcaster, model, and sports commentator. She is 165 cm in height and gave birth to two children, but still, she is in form and considered as one of the

hottest female sports reporters

.

As Leeann finished high school in 1991, she moved to Hollywood to pursue a career in modeling, and just in a year while she was working as a hostess at a restaurant in Colorado Springs, Colorado, she won first place in the Venus International Model Search. By this achievement, she got famous in America, an achievement that led to national exposure, including a regular role as a fitness model on the TV show Fitness Beach. She was also modeled for promotional work for Hooters, Venus International, and Frederick's of Hollywood.

Besides her career as a model, she has been on different TV programs. In the 2000s, she hosted many segments of the Fox Sports Net show, Bluetorch TV. She was also a correspondent for Fox Sports Networks' The Best Damn Sports Show Period from 2001 to 2007.

In 2008, Tweeden became the third hostess of the NBC late-night television series Poker after Dark. She has also appeared on the political discussion series Hannity in 2011 and 2012. She was a member of the "Great American Panel" and also often appeared on the panel of Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld. Leeann was seen in pre- and post-game coverage of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on Fox Sports West and on Fox Sports 1's UFC Tonight.

This hot-looking sports anchor for two times was on the cover of Playboy. The first time was in August 1996, that she appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine and as part of a fitness model pictorial for that issue, and after several years for the second time in December 2011, at 38 years old, she again appeared on the cover of Playboy.

The March 2007 issue of FHM featured Tweeden as the cover girl. She was also named among "The Top Hooters Girls of all time" as part of Hooters' 25th anniversary in 2008.

Lindsay Czarniak

The fifth

hottest female sports reporters

, is Lindsey Czarniak that is the first woman to host the telecast of the Indy 500, doing so for ABC in 2013. She was born on 7 November 1977, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the U.S. Her father was a sports journalist and she brought up in a sportif ambiance. In university, she studied online journalism and as a college student started her career as an intern for WUSA in Washington, D.C. She also started her broadcasting career as CNN production assistant.

In June 2005 she received a phone call from George Michael- an American broadcaster -to work as a sports anchor and reporter. She officially became the co-host of The George Michael Sports Machine in September 2006. In her first major assignment as a reporter, Czarniak traveled to Turin, Italy to relay coverage of the 2006 Winter Olympics for NBC Sports. She has also served as a pit reporter in NASCAR Nationwide Series races at the Martinsville Speedway and the IRP Busch race.

On June 23, 2011, it was officiated that she would join ESPN. Czarniak made her last broadcast as a sports reporter at WRC-TV and later on, on August 19, 2011, made her SportsCenter debut covering the evening's preseason football games. In December 2012, she took the place of Jay Harris as co-host of the 6 pm SportsCenter after Harris moved to the 11 pm SportsCenter and soon got the place of Brent Musburger as the host of ABC's coverage of the 2013 Indianapolis 500.

The husband of this fascinating sports anchor is also a sports reporter. she married WRC-TV reporter and weekend anchor Craig Melvin on October 15, 2011, in Washington. Now, this sportif couple has two children.

Georgie Thompson

Georgina Jane Ainslie, Lady Ainslie was born 25 September 1977 in Harlow, Essex, England. She is widely known as Georgie Thompson. She studied Broadcast Journalism at the University of Leeds. After graduation with a 2:1, she started working as a production assistant on a research and production scheme for GMTV before joining Sky Sports in January 2001.

Since then, she has covered major sporting events for the network, including the US Open Tennis and has been part of Sky's coverage of the A1 Grand Prix, Grand Prix Masters, Speedway World Cup, Race of Champions, America's Cup, and the 2011 Wimbledon Championships. She was a presenter on Sky Sports News. On 29 December 2011, she left Sky Sports News to become a presenter on Sky Sports F1.

This British reporter who was voted as the 93rd Sexiest Female in the World in the May 2007 issue of the British men's magazine, currently works in Fox Sports and BBC Radio 5 Live. With no doubt she is one the

hottest female sports presenters

.

Jenn Brown

Next on our list of hottest Female Sports Reporters is Jenn Brown. 

Jennifer Lynne Brown was born on March 23, 1981, in Gainesville, Florida, the United States into a sportif family. Her parents were Olympic gymnastics coaches, and her mother was the founder of several gymnastics schools all over the country which trained gymnasts to compete in the Olympics. Growing up, she got so much interested in sports, like her parents. She did seven sports at Bishop Moore High School and broke the record for the most varsity letters by a male or female athlete when she was only 14. Brown captained and played five sports in one year (diving, volleyball, basketball, softball, and track). She was also chosen as one of the top 10 athletes in Central Florida in 1999.

She attended the University of Florida and still didn't give up on sports. There, she played four years on the Florida Gators softball team and captained the team during her senior year, and she finished fifth. During her university education, she gained lots of honors such as being named a two time National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Academic All-American, four-time SEC Academic Honor Roll, National Society of Collegiate Honors, Verizon Academic All-District, two-time academic Dean's List, and two-time academic President's List. with that list of honors, indeed she should be named one of the hottest female sports presenters.

She was to continue her education to become a sports agent but destiny had another plan for her. in 2003 she started her professional career as a TV host. From 2003 to 2008, Brown hosted various episodes of the HDNet reality TV show, Bikini Destinations. Since then, she had hosted different sports programs on different networks including ESPN and NBC.

Sara Carbonero

Sara Carbonero is the next on our list of hottest women sports reporters. Sara Carbonero Arévalo was born on 3 February 1984 in Corral de Almaguer, Spain. She studied at the Complutense University of Madrid and at the same time of her education she started working in media and soon in April 2009, she signed for Telecinco as editor and sports presenter and in the same year, she was voted "The Sexiest Reporter in the World" by the American edition of FHM.

Just after a year of her debut, she managed to cover the 2010 FIFA world cup. But it wasn't an easy task for her. At that time she was Casillas's girlfriend. During the match between Spain and Switzerland, Carbonero and her TV crew were standing near the Spanish end of the pitch less than 60 feet from the goal, where Casillas was. After that match people and pressed alleged that she distracted Casillas during the match. Being one of the

sexiest female sports reporters

has its own problem!

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Katherine Webb

Katherine Elizabeth Webb-McCarron was born on April 24, 1989, in Montgomery, Alabama, the U.S. She is best known for her appearance during the broadcast of the 2013 BCS National Championship Game but we cannot overlook her breathtaking beauty. Beyond doubt, she is one of the sexiest female sports reporters.

Besides her career as a television personality and being active in sportive activity, she has won numerous modeling trophies. In 2007 Webb was a semi-finalist in the Miss Georgia USA 2008 pageant. She has crowned Miss Alabama USA in 2012 and then went on to finish in the Top 10 of the Miss USA 2012 competition. She is also a member of Miss USA judge and once she covered Super Bowl XLVII for Inside Edition.

Kate Abdo

The last name on our list of

hottest female sports anchors

is Kate Abdo who was born on 8 September 1981 in Manchester, England, United Kingdom. She is one of the most active female sports reporters, she hosted different programs in different countries including in the UK, Spain, France, Germany, and the US.

Abdo's broadcasting career started at the German international news network Deutsche Welle where she hosted sports coverage for their English and German-language services. Later on, she moved to CNN to anchor the "World Sports" program daily. She also hosted the "Inside Africa" feature show. After CNN she joined Sky Sports News HD in Germany.

Kate also has the experiences of broadcasting such serious competitions. She covered the Women's World Cup in 2015 for FOX Sports and hosted Champions League, Europa League, World Cup, FA Cup, and

Bundesliga

for them.

But her appearance in the ceremony of Ballon d'Or made her so well-known. She hosted the FIFA Ballon d'Or and Laureus World Sports Awards, both of which she hosted on numerous occasions. At the 2014 FIFA Ballon d'Or ceremony, she spoke with contestants and guests in four languages as she has a BA in "European Languages, Translation and Interpreting". She was also a host for the 2015 FIFA Ballon d'Or. She is currently working for CBS Sports and covering UEFA Champions League and Europa League.

 

In this article, we briefly talked about the Hottest Female sports reporters. As you can see, the secret to the success of these women is not just their beautiful face and body. All of them have been seriously involved in sports since childhood, and all of them have a university education. In this world and the 21st century, having a beautiful face does not guarantee a person's success. There is a lot of competition for success in the world of the 21st century. Even for women with these stunning beautiful visages.

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