Sarah Spain Bio, wiki, Age, Career, Height, Weight, Family.
Sarah Spain is an American radio broadcaster, anchor, and sports reporter who has worked as a columnist for espnW.com, the host of ESPN Radio’s ‘The Trifecta,’ and as a SportsCenter Reporter for ESPN.
Sarah Spain’s Childhood and Education
She was born Sarah Colby Spain on August 18, 1986, in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. Her parents raised her in Lake Forest, Illinois. Spain is a White American in terms of nationality and ethnicity.
Spain studied English at Cornell University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. She was also a member of the Cornell Big Red track and field team at the time. Spain was the MVP and captain of her Lake Forest High School track and field, field hockey, and basketball teams as a senior in 1998.
A Professional Life
Sarah Spain began her career as a journalist with Fox Sports Net and has previously worked for MouthpieceSports.com and ChicagoNow.com, among others. She has worked as a guest host on WGN’s ChicagoNow Radio radio show.
Spain, along with Brittney Payton and Ted Bruson, was one of the first co-hosts of the WGN-TV show “Chicago’s Best.” She joined ESPN 1000 in Chicago in 2010 and started working as a writer for espnW.com in October of that year.
ESPN also debuted a new radio show featuring Spain and presenter Prim Siripipat called “Spain & Prim.” She has also worked on ESPN series such as ‘OlbermannChicago,’ ‘Mike & Mike,’ ‘His & Hers,’ ‘The Sports Reporters,’ and ‘Outside The Lines.’
In September 2016, Spain signed a new multi-year partnership with ESPN and co-hosted the new national ESPN Radio show, ‘Izzy & Spain,’ with co-host Israel Gutierrez. In 2017, she also co-hosted Fantasy Football Island with Mike Golic Jr.
Body Measurement and Net Worth
Sarah Spain, a radio host, espnW.com correspondent, and Sports Center reporter, is a well-known sports correspondent with a net worth of $900,000 as of 2017. From 2010 through 2015, Spain served as an ESPN columnist. According to a source, she earned an annual average pay of roughly $40-$45K during her time at ESPN. She stands at 5’9″ tall.
Sarah Spain, a well-known sports reporter, married her longtime boyfriend Brad Zibung in 2016. On May 29, 2016, in Chicago, IL, the pair held their wedding ceremony in front of over 300 guests, including family and friends. Brad, Spain’s husband, is the creator of The Hackler, a legendary sports website. The pair first met at a charity bowling event in 2008, and after a year of dating, they married.
They married in 2016 after dating for about seven years and deciding to turn their romance into a marriage. Spain and her husband are currently live in Los Angeles.
|Date of Birth:||1986, August-18|
|Age:||35 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 9 Inch|
|Profession||Radio host, Ancho. Sports reporter,|