It is now common to see women sport reporters all over the sports channels something that was rare before. Men have dominated the sports journalism field to the point that they are the ones usually associated with such matters. Things have however changed especially over the past decade with many qualified women now joining the ranks and becoming successful sports reporters. Sports journalism is no longer a man’s career and in most countries all over the world it is now common to see a woman reporter hosting a sports show or reporting in the field. There are obviously many women sports reporters that grace the screens everyday, but here are Top 10 Hottest Women Sports Reporters Ever.
10. Jane McCarthy, ESPN
Jane McCarthy is the SportsCenter anchor on ESPN and coming 10th in this list she is also one of the hottest female reporters. She is also the former host of NESN Daily on NESN before she joined ESPN. Jane’s career started in Springfield Massachusetts where she worked for WGGB-TV. She also worked as a sports anchor in Philadelphia for WCAU where she won many Emmy Awards in the sports category. Before she joined NESN, she was a part-time host and reporter for SportsDesk after which she also became the host of the network’s new show NESN Daily.
9. Lindsay Czarniak, ESPN
Lindsay Czarniak joined ESPN on 2011 and works an anchor on the SportsCenter show. She has worked for NBC4 and TNT as well where she hosted the NASACAR coverage. She also covered the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing China working as a sportsdesk reporter and host for NBC Sports.
8. Charissa Thompson, Fox Sports
The sports reporter and host of Fox Sports 1, Charissa Thompson is also one of the Top 10 Hottest Women Sports Reporters Ever coming at No. 8. Her first work as a sportscaster started at Fox Sports before she joined GSN, Versus and the Big Ten Network. Before leaving for Fox Sports back in June 2013, she was along with Marcellus Wiley, the co-host of SportsNation.
7. Sarah Spain, ESPN
A columnist and an on-camera talent, Sarah Spain is also one of the hottest female reporters. The proud anchor is an alumni of Cornell University and is a huge fan of Chicago Sports too. The unusually tall, sarcastic and competitive reporter is an anchor of SportsCenter and is also a guest host for Chicago’s ESPN 1000.
6. Marisol Gonzalez, Televisa Deportes
Coming at No. 5 in the list of the Top 10 Hottest Women Sports Reporters Ever is Marisol Gonzalez, a former beauty queen. Marisol also participated in the Miss Universe 2003 pageant held in Panama City June 3 2003. She is a full time sports reporter for Televisa Deportes and also works occasionally as a model and an actress.
5. Laura McKeeman, CNN International
A former ballet dancer and beauty queen, Laura McKeeman is also one the sexiest women reporters ever. She was Miss SunCoast 2010 and also reached the semi finals of Miss Florida later the same year. FSN, Fox Sports San Diego and Fox Sports Florida are some of the sports channels that she has worked for before joining CNN where she currently works as the host and reporter for CNN International.
4. Renee Paquette, WWE
Renee Paquette is a Canadian sportscaster, actress and a TV personality. A former sports reporter for The Score, she hosts interviews and also commentates during WWE matches under the ring name Renee Young.
3. Sara Carbonero, Telecinco Spain
The Spaniard Sara Carbonero is one of the hottest female sports reporters ever. She hails from Toledo Spain and is a presenter for the Spanish TV Telecinco. In 2009, she was named The Sexiest Reporter in the World by FHM USA.
2. Michelle Beadle, ESPN
Michelle Beadle comes in at No. 2 in the list of the hottest women sportscaster ever. Along with Marcellus Wiley, she co-hosts Sports Nation on ESPN2. She joined ESPN in 2009 and is a former host of the Winners Bracket on ABC. She graduated from University of Texas in San Antonio and has worked for various networks including the YES Network and College Sports Television.
1. Erin Andrews, Fox Sports
Making it in the No. 1 position in the list of the Top 10 Hottest Women Sports Reporters Ever is Erin Andrews, a TV personality and journalist. She currently works for Fox Sports hosting the College Football. She was formerly a contributor for the Good Morning America on ABC network and also a co-host of College GameDay on ESPN. Erin began her work as a broadcaster at Fox Sports in 2000. This was after graduating from University of Florida and having worked as a freelance reporter.