The 15 Hottest Female Sports Reporters In The World
We don’t know when the trend started, but somewhere along the way, super sexy women started asking athletes questions on the sidelines. (Not that we’re complaining.) There are countless great-looking girls with microphones out on fields across the world, but we’ve narrowed the search down to the very best. Here are 15 of the world’s hottest female sports reporters.
Holly Sonders – USA
Holly Sonders is probably best known for her association with the Golf Channel, even landing in Golf.com’s “Most Beautiful Women in Golf” in 2013. However, after failed contract negotiations, she left The Golf Channel in 2014. Fans can now find the sexy reporter on Fox Sports.
Sara Carbonero – Spain
Voted in 2009 by FHM as “The Sexiest Reporter in the World,” Sara Carbonero is a Spanish reporter for Telecinco. Check out a video of a soccer player giving her a kiss during an interview. Of course, it makes more sense once you realize the soccer player is her fiancée, Iker Casillas, which makes Sara a hot WAG, too.
Jimena Sanchez – Mexico
Jimena Sanchez is sometimes known as the Mexican Kim Kardashian, given her popularity on social media. If you’re South of the Equator, she’s probably your goddess. She’s appeared on Fox Sports, as well as in many men’s dreams.
Alex Curry – USA
Alex Curry hosts Angels Weekly and Kings LIVE on Fox Sports West, Tailgate 4 on the Big Ten Network and sideline reporting for the Red Bull Signature Series and the Pro Beach Volleyball Series. Aside from reporting, she likes to eat healthy, practice yoga and lay on the beach.
Kirsty Gallacher – England
Kirsty Gallacher originally wanted to be a fashion journalist, but got sidetracked when she took a job working as a production assistant at Sky Sports News. She’s since risen through the ranks, sportscasting for a variety of sports shows.
Mirella Grisales – Colombia
Mirella Grisales is a Colombian model and actress who has worked for Spanish-language Telemundo to cover the 2013 Super Bowl. She’s also been romantically linked with soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo. She wrote on Twitter: “Love soccer, huge sports fan, always look for the next game/big play. Favorite player: GOD!”
Leeann Tweeden – USA
Originally a hostess at Hooters, and a first-place winner in the Venus International Model Search, she got her break as a correspondent for Fox Sports Net’s Best Damn Sports Show Period. Aside from gigs on Poker After Dark, she’s also covered pre-and-post game coverage on Fox Sports West, as well as Fox Sports 1’s UFC Tonight.
Mieke Buchan – Australia
Mieke Buchan has hosted the weekend edition of SBS One’s Toyota World Sport, as well as other gigs on Fox Sports, Network Ten and the National Geographic Channel.
Jenny Dell – USA
An NFL reporter for CBS, she used to cover the Boston Red Sox (until she began dating third-baseman Will Middlebrows). She might very well be Boston’s biggest crush ever.
Andrea Calle – Colombia
This Colombian-born model moved to Miami in 1998 and attended the University of Miami. She’s covered a variety of MMA events from all over the country. She is also a fitness competitor in the bikini division.
Charlotte Jackson – England
Charlotte Jackson presents on Sky Sports News. Aside from reporting, she also played lacrosse and tennis growing up.
Ines Sainz – Mexico
Growing up, Ines Sainz earned a black belt in taekwondo, and she also modeled. She’s now a journalist who has hosted the Spanish-language sports-interview show DxTips.
Melanie Collins – USA
If you’re a golf fan, then you already know Melanie Collins has worked for the Golf Channel. She’s also appeared as a host and reporter for NBA-TV, The Big Ten Network, Nascar.com and PGA.com.
Laura Esposto – Italy
This former Italian model has worked for Football Italiano on UK Channel Five and for Sky TV in Italy. Interestingly, between 2003 and 2004, she lived in Los Angeles, where she was an ambassador for Carl’s Jr.
April Rose – USA
Lots of folks already know April Rose for her blossoming body and appearances on MTV2’s Guy Code and Girl Code. But she’s also worked for Fox Sports, and co-hosted a Chicago Bears pregame show.