|Full Name||Sarah Colby Spain|
|Birth Name||Sarah Colby Spain|
|Birth City||Cleveland, Ohio|
|Birth Country||United States of America|
|Father Name||Rick Spain|
|Mother Name||Nancy Spain|
|Awards||Peabody Award,Gracie Award|
|Sibilings||Katie Spain (sister)|
|Education||Lake Forest High School, Cornell University|
|Date of Birth||April 18,1980|
|Married Date||May 29,2016|
Sarah Spain is an American radio and television sports journalist. Spain currently serves as a columnist for ESPN's official website espnW. She also serves as the host for ESPN's TV shows Spain & Fitz, The Trifecta, and a reporter for Sports Center.
The Peabody Award-winning reporter Sarah also works at ESPN Radio as a host. She runs the podcast titled 'That's What She Said.'
The 40-years-old sports anchor Sarah is in a marital relationship with Brad Zibung. Her beloved husband Brad is the real estate agent. He founded his real estate company The Heckler since 2003.
How and when Brad and Sarah met it is still unclear, but it seems like the duo dated several months before they shared their wedding vows on May 29, 2016.
The wedding ceremony held merrily in front of the bride and groom's dearest ones. For the big day, she chooses a beautiful strapless wedding gown that features a short veil. On the other hand, the groom Brad wore a blue tuxedo.
As of 2020, the husband-wife duo is sharing a perfect bond. They are celebrating their four-years of marriage anniversary merrily. Additionally, the married pair has not shared any kids.
The sports anchor Sarah began her professional career by working as a columnist for The Sports Bank.net. Then from September 2008 to September 2009, Spain served for Mouth Piece Sports.com as reporter, writer, and associate producer.
Similarly, she worked as a sidelines reporter for Big Ten Network. Sarah served for the Chicago Tribune Media Group for 2-years 3 months. Spain was also the co-host of WGN TV show Chicago's Best.
Then in April 2010, Sarah joined WMVP (ESPN 1000), radio station. There she worked till November 2015 as a host. From January 2015 to January 2016, Sarah worked as a host of the show called Spain and Prim.
The 183 cm tall sports journalist Sarah has an estimated net worth of around $800 thousand. Another sports anchor Kristen Rodgers also has an approximate net value of $800 thousand.
The primary source of earning for Spain is from her professional journalism work. She currently serves for the sports channel ESPN. As per Glassdoor, the ESPN employee makes an annual salary of around $51,000.
The bold and beautiful Sarah was born as Sarah Colby Spain on August 18, 1980, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, under the zodiac sign of Leo. She was raised by her parents Nancy Spain (mother) Rick Spain (father) alongside her sister named Katie Spain.
Concerning education, Sarah attended Lake Forest High School. Later, she joined Cornell University in 1998. From there she graduated in 2002 earning a B.A degree in English.
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