One of the biggest reasons behind the increasing craze for sports amongst the youngsters of current generation is the universal presence of hottest female sports reporters. Sports journalism is no more a men-only thing! The stunning and sexiest Sportscenter female anchors have proved this through the much hyped attention and popularity they have gained in the last few years.
They are also amongst the Hottest News Anchors in the World owing not only to their gorgeous looks, but also their overall presentation and coverage of various events in sports world.
Below is the list of Top 10 Hottest Sportscasters in the World who make it difficult to take one’s eye off the screen when they are on the screen:
- April Rose
A multi-talented sportscaster, model and actress, Rose got ranked No. 82 in Maxim magazine’s best list of the world’s most beautiful women the hot 100 List of 2012. She also wrote weekly web series of Maxim from 2011 to 2014. Very few people know that she is a certified medical crisis counselor too.
- Erin Andrews
Undoubtedly one of the most popular and hottest female sportscasters since 2008, Erin got voted as “America’s sexiest sportscaster” both in 2007 and 2008 by Playboy. She has seen the most successful phase of her career as the host of FOX College Football on Fox Sports channel and Dancing with the Stars on ABC.
- Ines Sainz
This smokingly hot Mexican sportscaster currently hosts sports interview program DxTips or Deportips in Spanish language and also works as boxing match hostess . She got chosen as the 5th sexiest woman sports reporter in the world by FHM magazine in 2009.
- Alex Curry
Angel girl Alex is one the hottest sports reporters whose rapid rise in the sports industry can rightly be credited to her energetic and lighthearted personality. Curry has the credit of hosting shows on E! , Fuel TV, You Tube and Comcast’s Beach Sports Network. She is best known for hosting Angels Weekly and Kings LIVE on Fox Sports West.
- Renee Young
A Canadian actress and sports broadcaster, Renee presently works with WWE as an interviewer and commentator. Her show The JBL and Cole Show received a Slammy Award for Favorite Web Show of the Year. She is known to be in relationship with wrestler Jonathan Good.
- Kristina Akra
Married to John Fitzpatrick, a big name in digital marketing world, Kristina is an on-hair host and reporter for the MLB Network. Her work in the SEC and with the New England Patriots won her lot of attention in 2011. She is an expert sideline reporter who is chiefly known for just the best questions to ask over after a walk-off HR.
- Sara Carbonero
The sensuous charm of this Spanish sports journalist is evident from the title of “The Sexiest Reporter in the World” endowed to her by the American edition of FHM in 2009. During the 2010 FIFA World Cup, she reported the match between Spain and Switzerland. It is also believed that it was due to the distraction that she caused to her boyfriend, Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas, that caused unexpected victory of Swiss team.
- Lindsay Czarniak
Lindsay has gained huge fame due to her successful career as a sports reporter and anchor. She started her career as a CNN production assistant followed by a news reporter in Jacksonville, Florida. Her first chief role was relaying coverage (for NBC sports) from Italy during the 2006 Winter Olympics. She resigned from NBC4 and joined ESPN team in 2011 as an anchor for SportsCenter’s 6 o’clock program. Lindsay created history by becoming the first woman to ever host ABC’s coverage of the 2013 Indianapolis 500.
- Lauren Gardner
Employed with the CBS Sports Network currently, Lauren has rich experience with several other renowned sports channels like Fox College Sports, FSN Rocky Mountain, MountainWest Sports Network and Altitude Sports and Entertainment and was also a tv host for KCNC-TV CBS4. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science.
- Sam Steele Ponder
Earlier known by the name Samantha Steele, this American sportscaster is certainly one of the hottest female sports reporters. She is at present a reporter cum host for ESPN college football and also a basketball sideline reporter. She is majorly known for replacing Erin Andrews on College GameDay as well as co-host of the Saturday 9 AM ET edition on ESPNU.