ESPN correspondent Josina Anderson is 37 years old. She was born on August 15, 1978.
A former University of North Carolina track star, Anderson was also a ballet dancer who performed as a soloist with the American Youth Ballet. She also completed residencies with the Dance Theatre of Harlem and Pennsylvania Ballet.
Anderson worked for CBS as a sports news anchor immediately after graduating from University of Chapel Hill in 2000. She won an Emmy for her 2009 sports feature A Premonition to Addis Ababa which told Colorado Crush quarterback John Dutton’s travel to Ethiopia to adopt an 11-year-old boy.
It was announced in August 2011 that Anderson would be leaving her Denver home at FOX 31 for the bright lights of the big time: ESPN. Since then she has covered breaking sports stories, including NFL injury updates, for everyone from the Vikings to the Falcons.
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