Top 10 Hottest Female Sports Reporters And Presenters
10 . Georgie Thompson
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English television host Georgie began her career working for GMTV as a production assistant. She has appeared on numerous shows for Sky Sports, including US Open Tennis, Grand Prix Masters, A1 Grand Prix, and America's Cup. She was a member of the Wimbledon Champions as well.
Ilaria is an Italian football host and commentator. La Giostra Dei Gol, FIFA World Cup 1998, and UEFA Cup 2000 were held in 1997. In 2002, she hosted the SKY Calcio Show in Series A on W' I'Itlaia. In 2006, she hosted Rai Tre's Cominciamo Bene Estate.
Charlotte is a journalist and television host from England who currently presents Sky Sports News. She also served as host for Tim Shaw's radio program Absolution. She served as the ceremony's host for the 2009 FIFA World Player of the Year Awards. She also served as the host of the Sky Sports Football Quiz.
American news reporter Michelle works for ESPN and is a part of the Monday Night Countdown team. She's worked for a number of networks, including ESPN, CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox Sports, Speed Channel, and Comcast. She has also participated in ESPN's "The Turbo Tour." The "Grand Prix" and "The Best Damn Sports Shows" are the other programs she has hosted.
Charlier is a campaigner and television personality from the United Kingdom. She has worked for broadcasting companies such as the BBC, Channel 4, Setanta Sports, Star Sports, ESPN, Sky Sports, and ITV4 in the past.
Charissa is a Fox Sports sportscaster and host. ESPN, Versus, Big Ten Network, and GSN employ her. SportsNation co-host. In 2013, she'll host Fox Sports. From 2014-2017, Charissa hosted Ultimate Beastmaster. Thompson co-hosted Extra.
Michelle is an Italian sports reporter and ESPN anchor who co-hosted Get UP! She co-hosts EPSN2's SportsNation and ABC's Winner Bracket. She interviewed Manny Pacquiao on his 2015 fight with Floyd Mayweather on HBO's "The Fight Game"
Sara is a Spanish sports presenter and journalist for Telecinco since 2009.
She reported on Sapin against Switzerland at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. She'll also report on La Liga. In 2009, FHM voted her "The Sexiest Reporter in the World."
Erin became famous after joining ESPN in 2004. 2012: Joins Fox Sports. In 2004, she covered the little league, great outdoor, and collegiate world series for ESPN. She hosted Fox College Saturday and Fox College Football Kickoff on Fox ports 1. She hosts Fox Football Daily.