If you love European football, especially Italian football, then you might have heard of the lovely Ilaria D’Amico. Do not be fooled by her beautiful appearance, D’Amico has made a name for herself as a sports commentator and reporter. This Italian sports reporter was born in Rome in 1973. For several years, she worked on Italian Sky Sport, where she delivered coverage and commentary on football.
However, in 2018, she left the sports channel. It is quite obvious that D’Amico loves football. She is currently linked to the former Juventus and Italian national team goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon. The two got engaged in 2017 and had a son the following year. We’re sure that we will hear wedding bells soon with these two as the two have been together since 2014.
To be a sports reporter your heart has to be in it. Jenny Taft is no exception. This Minnesota-born sports reporter studied at Boston University where she played Lacrosse. During that time, she studied Broadcast Journalism which she completed in 2010. Taft first emerged in sports reporting with Fox Sports North. As Taft hails from Minnesota, it is to be expected that she would work for their Northern branch.
She covered the WNBA team, Minnesota Lynx, but also covered baseball, hockey, and NBA events in the state. Taft eventually earned a position on Fox Sports 1 (FS1) where she reported on big events like the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup giving updates about the US Women’s national soccer team. It is not surprising she married a sportsman in 2015.
This reporter with her glowing personality, enthusiasm for sports, and dazzling smile brings much to every Los Angeles Chargers game. The only person who might not celebrate this is her father as he is a staunch Green Bay Packers fan. That being said, it cannot be too disappointing for Elwood’s old man as it was he who helped her to originally get into the sport by making Sunday Packer games a big thing.
Now, Elwood is a regular at the Los Angeles Chargers where she covers the team’s games. She also has covered numerous NFL games including the Super Bowl and Draft. This reporter attended the University of San Diego and studied for a degree in Communications. Previously, she worked as a contributing writer, but now her work is mainly on-camera.
This sports reporter hails from Nutley, New Jersey. Tina Cervasio obtained her degree in 1996 from the University of Maryland. Then, she became a sideline reporter, mainly covering College Football and College Basketball. If you are a fan of the New York Red Bulls, you probably noticed her hosting during pregame and half-time and as the host of the show “Red Bulls Insider.”
Her career has taken her to reporting with Fox and TNT and to covering a number of different sports including baseball, basketball, and football. In 2007, she joined NESN where she covered the Boston Red Sox World Championship. Though she now works as a freelancer, Cervasio has made her name in the world of sports as has won seven Emmy Awards for her New York Knicks Broadcasts.
Only recently has this individual made a transition from being on the basketball court to being on the sidelines. Born Rosalyn Fatima Gold-Onwude, this once basketball player is better known as Ros-Gold Onwude. Though she was born in Queens, New York, Gold-Onwude climbed the ranks to play for the Nigerian national team as a point guard. Her career in basketball started in college for Stanford’s female team where she played for five years.
At the same time, Gold-Onwude was studying for a degree in communication, making her a perfect sideline reporter after she decided to quit the basketball court. Naturally, Gold-Onwude’s sports reporting career has taken her back to basketball where she provides coverage on the Golden State Warriors. A big moment for this reporter was during the 2016 Rio Olympics.