Sarah Spain

Sarah Spain was born on August 18, 1986 in Cleveland, Ohio. She has grown up in Lake Forest, Illinois. During her school years she was very active in different sports, including the MVP and also was a captain of her track and field as well as a member of the field hockey and basketball teams. After school, she studied at the Cornell University. She graduated with a Master degree in English in the 2002. In her College years she continued her sport activity and was in the crew for the Cornell Big Red team. She was a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars as well as the Golden Key National Honor Society.

She had a dream about a television career since her early age, she wanted to appear in dozens of movies and tv shows, but after school, she chose the way of a reporter and TV host. She started her career in the 2001 as an intern for The Jim Henson Company. At the same time she also served as a freelance writer and editor for Sparknotes. Afterwards, she joined Intersport Television, where she worked as office manager and communications assistant since 2002. Two years later, she joined RBI Communications as account coordinator and served there less than a year. In the 2007 she became a host and co-writer for the FantasySportsGirls.com project. Since that time she was involved in numerous of web projects like TheLoveOfSports.com or TheSportsBank.net, where she worked as a columnist. She served as associate producer for the Fox Sports Net three years in a row from 2005 till 2008. In the 2009 she became a freelance sidelines reporter for the Big Ten Network.

She got her breakthrough time after her career time for Chicago Tribune Media Group, where she served at first as a freelance writer (Chicago Tribune Red Eye) and then as a writer as well as creator of “No Spain, No Gain” project. Afterwards, she worked as co-host of “Chicago’s Best” show, which was located on WGN by Tribune Company.

She started her career on ESPN in the 2010, when he joined to the channel as a radio anchor and hot and reporter for ESPN site – ESPNChicago.com. Since that time she has been a host for such popular programs on ESPN channel as “Spain and Prim”, “The Trifecta” and “Izzy & Spain”. She has appeared on a different TV shows, including "Numbers Never Lie", "Olbermann," "Mike & Mike," "The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz," "First Take," and "The Sports Reporters". Additionally, she also is a columnist for the ESPN site.

She is a married woman. Her husband is Brad Zibung is known to be a real estate owner. The couple tied their married knot in the 2016. Sarah is a very good looking woman with a measurement of heigh 5 ft 11 in (180 cm). There are many sexy photos in her Instagram profile. She also has a page about her on the Wiki site. Her total net worth is about $900 thousand dollars.