Paulina García Robles Biography
Paulina Garcia Robles is a well-known Mexican television host, sportscaster, and model. She is an anchor for ESPN Deportes and ESPN Mexico, as well as the Spanish-language version of SportsCenter. She also won Nuestra Belleza Distrito Federal peagant in 2013. She also competed in Nuestra Belleza México that year, finishing in the top ten.
Paulina García Robles Age
Paulina García Robles was born in Mexico City, Mexico on 26, February 1993. She is 29 years old.
Paulina García Robles Height
Paulina stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Paulina García Robles Family
Paulina was born in Mexico City, Mexico to a hardworking and supportive father and mother. Paulina is of Mexican origin. She has, however, kept information about her family (the whereabouts of her parents and/or siblings) private.
Paulina García Robles Boyfriend
Paulina is currently dating Chema Aja. Chema is a coach at the commando studio. On their Instagram account, the couple shares photos of themselves having fun. In her spare time, she enjoys physical training, volleyball, nutrition, and fashion, and she stays involved in her community by providing online tutoring.
Paulina García Robles Education
Paulina enrolled at Tecnológico de Monterrey, campus Ciudad de Mexico, after graduating from high school. She studied communication and digital media and earned a bachelor’s degree in the process. She played volleyball and was a member of the volleyball team during her time there. She was also nominated for a Borrego de Oro in the category of Sports.
Paulina García Robles Salary
Paulina receives an annual salary of $86,530.
Paulina García Robles Net Worth
Paulina’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Paulina Garcia Robles Career
Paulina’s journalism career began with appearances in YouTube clips for Universidad Insurgentes and Across Life, as well as the pilot episode of Televisa Deportes’ Ni Pio. In February 2015, she joined FOROtv as the Matutino Express morning show host. She was with the station for a few months before leaving to join ESPN Mexico in June 2015.
On August 3, 2015, she made her first appearance on the Toque Inicial morning show, alongside Juan Pablo Fernández. She also appeared on SportsCenter Ahora, daytime shows on ESPN Mexico, and ESPN Deportes. She was also the afternoon edition of Ftbol Picante’s social media correspondent from February 2016 to August 2017. She also co-hosted YoRio during the 2016 Summer Olympics with José Ramón Fernández.
In August 2017, she left Ftbol Picante and Toque Inicial to become a presenter on ESPN AM. In September 2017, she also became the permanent anchor of SportsCenter’s Spanish-language version. She also covered the 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, as well as the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima.