Sara Orlesky Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, TSN

Sara Orlesky

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Sara Orlesky Biography

This is what you need to know about, Sara Orlesky, a Canadian sportscaster and the Winnipeg Bureau Reporter for TSN‘s SportsCentre. She began her career in January 2008 at TSN as a reporter for the Toronto bureau, filing reports on major sports stories in the Greater Toronto Area.

Sara Orlesky Age

How old is Sara? Orlesky was born on July 31, 1980, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the United States of America. She celebrates her birthday on July 31st every year and her zodiac sign is Leo.

Sara Orlesky Height

Not only her work but her beauty is appreciated by the people as well. She’s tall in height, and she’s a beautiful journalist. Besides this, her blue eyes and her blonde hair add more perfection to her beauty.

Sara Orlesky Family

Orlesky is a wife to Tyler Myers and, she has not disclosed details about his parents and siblings however, this information will be updated.

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Sara Orlesky Husband

Is Sara married? Olesky is married to Tyler Myers. In addition, her husband is a professional player of the National Hockey League. The two first meeting about their dating history. The couple is blessed with a daughter. The family resides in Canada.

Sara Orlesky Daughter

The couple shared a lovely daughter, Avery, who is living with them.

Sara Orlesky Net Worth

Sara receives an average salary of a sports reporter in the TSN is $59,020 and that she is earning about $100,000.

Sara Orlesky Education

She went to Shaftesbury High School and later joined Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications. In the university, she interned at City TV, Vancouver, as their weekend sports anchor and producer.

Sara Orlesky Career

She began her career as a sports reporter for The Score in Vancouver and was subsequently hired by the TSN in November 2007. She also signed with the Network as their sports reporter in Toronto in January 2008. While working and reporting for The Score, she lived in British Columbia and was promoted to the weekend sports anchor, she left The Score in 2004.

In addition, she has also covered the 2010 Winter Olympics, figure skating, and later became the lead reporter of the network, after opening TSN’s Winnipeg Bearue. She also took part in the IIHF World Junior Championship and IFnla Stanley Cup and hosted the 100th National Skating Championships for Canadian Tire. She has also covered the regular season and playoff games, as well as the Gray Cup games.

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