Mike Dipasquale is a well-known sports journalist in the United States. He has been a sports anchor and reporter for WSVN Channel 7 since 1997. Previously he worked in Cleveland, Ohio as a sports/news anchor and reporter. He has reported on both local and national issues.
He has covered important stories for CNN and FOX News, including the World Series, Super Bowl, the 1996 Olympic Park bombing, and Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game. His work has garnered him the Cleveland City Award for Journalism Excellence as well as the Ohio Associated Press Sports Reporting Award.
Mike Dipasquale Age
Mike Dipasquale was born in the United States, in Akron, Ohio. He prefers to keep his personal information private, hence he has not disclosed his precise birth date to the public.
Mike Dipasquale Height
Mike stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in/1.75 m tall.
Mike Dipasquale Family
Mike was born to kind and loving parents in Akron, Ohio, in the United States. However, he hasn’t mentioned details on his parents and siblings, soon as we have detailed information on this will update this.
Mike Dipasquale Wife
Mike currently resides in Miami, Florida. Mike prefers to keep his personal life private, hence he has not disclosed any information about his marital status to the public. As a result, it is unknown whether Mike is single, dating, or married.
Mike Dipasquale Education
Mike attended the College of Wooster after finishing primary and secondary school. Mike later earned a bachelor’s degree in communication and history from the College of Wooster.
Mike Dipasquale Salary
Mike pockets an annual salary of $79,231.
Mike Dipasquale Net Worth
Mike’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Mike Dipasquale Career
Mike began working as a sports anchor/reporter for WSVN Channel 7 in 1997. His reports can be seen on all 7 News editions Monday through Sunday, as well as on WSVN’s Sunday night show, Sports Xtra. He served as a sports/news anchor and reporter in Cleveland before joining WSVN.
He has covered both local and national stories as an award-winning journalist. Moreover, he has covered important stories for CNN and FOX News, including the World Series, Super Bowl, the 1996 Olympic Park bombing, and Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game. His work has garnered him the Cleveland City Award for Journalism Excellence as well as the Ohio Associated Press Sports Reporting Award.
He is an outstanding athlete as well as a sports reporter. Also, he is a member of both the United States Olympic Bobsled Federation and the United States Weightlifting Federation. Mike was a member of the 1995 four-man national bobsled team and finished second in the 1994 Ohio Olympic Weightlifting tournament.
In 2014, he won a bronze medal at the United States National Masters Olympic Weightlifting Championships and was a member of Team USA in the Master’s World Olympic Weightlifting Championships in Denmark. He won the American Open One Arnold Classic Master Class Gold in 2017 and the American Open Three Masters Gold in Las Vegas in 2018. He holds the US National Masters Olympics Weightlifting Record in the 89kg division and is now a member of the US Powerlifting Team. During the Pan American Championships Olympic Weightlifting in 2019, he earned a bronze medal for Team USA.