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Who is Kristine Leahy?

Kristine Leahy is known as an American television host and sports reporter. She is most famous for her work on American Ninja Warrior and The Herd with Colin Cowherd. She was born on October 17, 1986 in Chicago, IL. Kristine experienced childhood in Chicago during the peak of Michael Jordan's basketball reign. During the Bulls run of six NBA titles, Leahy got hooked on sports. She became a big fan of the Bulls and basketball. At an early age, she was sure that she needed to go through her time on earth in the midst of the best rivals on the planet, and once it turned out to be certain that the family's athletic qualities had avoided her and ricocheted directly to her two more youthful siblings, Leahy pursued a career in sports broadcasting.

After high school, she moved east, and earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism degree from Boston University, where she was part of the group that made BUTV's first sports syndicated program and co-anchored that show for a long time.


Kristine Leahy is currently dating Aaron Hines.

Career and Net Worth

Kristine Leahy got her first big break when she worked as a columnist and host for New England Sports Radio Station WEEI, before proceeding onward to the 17-Time World Champion Boston Celtics, where she went through two years as a host and in-house group journalist at the TD Garden and for Celtics.com. After the Celtics, Leahy went through one year as the lead sports anchor for Fox Boston, where she covered both a Stanley Cup and a Super Bowl.

In 2012, Leahy proceeded onward to Los Angeles and burned through more than two years working across different stages in the CBS and Turner Sports Family. She worked the school basketball sidelines for March Madness. She was additionally a sideline columnist for CBS Sports Network's school football and basketball games.

She filled in as a host on CBS Sports Network's show "Lead Off", added to KCAL's Dodgers pre-game show "Think Blue", anchored CBSLA's "Sports Central" and secured the end of the season games for each of the four significant sports. En route, she built up an enthusiasm for drawing out the human side of competitors through one-on-one interviews and features. She even made a touch of history, turning into the first lady to ever call a pony race in California.

Leahy hit the mainstream when she became a co-host on NBC's prime time show "American Ninja Warrior", encompassed by the absolute best competitors and most unyielding rivals on the planet.

Date modified: Jun 5, 2020
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