|Date of Birth||January 01, 1981|
|Working for||YES Network|
|Name on Birth||Sarah Kustok|
The famous sports reporter who is gorgeous and loved by the viewers is Sarah Kustok. She is a television sports reporter and presently reports for YES Network.
This gorgeous and stunning personality was born on January 01, 1981. Born to Allan Kustok and Anita Kustok, she spent her childhood growing up in Orland Park, Illinois.
She spent her childhood growing up in Orland Park, Illinois. An American born, Kustok was interested in sports from her early childhood which led to her becoming a sports reporter. She went to Sanderburg High School, where she played volleyball and basketball.
She completed her high school education from Sanderburg High School and she used to play for the school’s volleyball team. Then she went to DePaul University and graduated in communication and media studies on 2004. She was the captain of the women’s basket ball team, DePaul Blue Demons when she was on her senior year. She served as an assistant coach for the blue demons women’s basketball Team. She was also named as the Player of The year in Girls High School category by Chicago sun-times. She also acted as a contributor for the Net Magazine. During her college years also she played sports-she was the team captain of her college’s women’s basketball team. There is no doubt that she was actually a sport.
Father, Mother, brother and sister
Her father is Allan Kustok and her mother is Anita Kustok. Her father was accused of her mother’s murder in October 2010. Anita was found shot dead at her house.
Rumors say that she is dating an American football player however; she has not confirmed the news so far. Kutok was never married or was found to have had a serious relationship hidden. She still has to find the love of her life and start a family. She is a private person and has not revealed a lot about her personal life to the public.
Career and struggle
Sarah began her career in journalism working in different print and electronic media. She started working for ESPN at the beginning as an analyst and sideline reporter. While she worked for ESPN, she covered men and women basketball, college football and high school football. At the same time she started working as a TV sideline reporter for ComcastSportsNet in Chicago covering for Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls, Cubs and White Sox. Taking another step in her journalism career, she worked as a substitute anchor and filled in as sports anchor for the network WMAQ-TV. She also worked for Venus. While she was working as a sports reporter/anchor as a freelancer for WFLD-TV she hosted the ‘College Sports Minute.’
She holds a vibrant personality and her love for sports brings the energy on air. When on air, her presentation gives a vibes that she was cut out for the same role. With her love for sports and her personality she is the perfect sports anchor. Her figure, height of five feet and nine and nine inches and her ability to build a bond with every sport and connect it with feel have startled the audience. Aspired to create a distinct spot in the field, she has dedicated herself to her work.
Hot, legs, feet and pictures
She is hot and is fit and sexy. Her hot pictures can be found elsewhere in the web if you want to search for them.
Height and figure
She has got a good height and perfectly toned figure, thanks to her physically active days in her early life. She is cautious about her appearance on-screen. She has a healthy food habit and exercises regularly.
She is an American National and white ethnicity.
Net Worth, Salary and income
She is paid well as per her talent and experience in the field. She has climbed a great height at a young age. She has become famous in the United States with lots of fan following her on Twitter.
Job and future
After gaining experiences working in the media in the specific field from different channels and networks, she joined YES Network in 2012. Within a period of a year, she has already been appointed to report various sports event. She covered the Brooklyn Nets for the network.
She has a bright future in sports journalism.