Here we return to Europe. If you are a fan of football, Jules Breach might be a familiar face. If you are a supporter of the English national football team, Breach might be a face that you might not want to remember, following her taunting of English commentators and ex-players at the 2021 Euros final.
Breach has a complicated background. She was born in Brighton, England, lived in Mauritius, then moved to Jamaica, and returned to Brighton. In Jamaica, she started playing tennis which initiated her love of sports. While Breach is most known for her coverage of English football on ITV, she has also covered cricket events such as the Women’s Ashes. Breach is a familiar face in English sport, especially after the 2020 Euros final.
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.
Some sports reporters have proof that they are one of the best in the business. Kim Jones is one of those sports reporters who have such proof that she has a career spanning two decades of sports reporting. Jones was born in Dallastown, Pennsylvania. She attended Pennsylvania State University where she obtained a degree in Journalism. However, her education did not end there.
Jones also did her Master’s in Science, specializing in Exercise and Sports, meaning that she definitely knows what she is talking about on the pitch. Speaking of the pitch, Jones became the clubhouse reporter for the New York Yankees covering baseball team’s games. Later in her career, she began reporting for NFL games. Without a doubt, Jones has a vast knowledge of both baseball and football.
Here we have another sports commentator who has a range of talents, proving that sports reporting is not only about beauty but intelligence too. You might know the name Cara Capuano as an ESPN anchor on ESPNU and Fox Sports. During her time at Fox Sports, Capuano often did sideline reporting at NFL events. However, before her career in sports broadcasting, Capuano attended the University of California and studied cell biology and biochemistry.
She graduated from the university in 1995. Interestingly, Capuano was pursuing her doctorate at UCLA, but had a change of heart, and decided to go into of all things, sports broadcasting. As seen, Capuano has done quite well for herself as she has featured in sideline reporting for the NFL and worked as a color analyst.