Nicole Briscoe is an American sports correspondent and anchor. Currently, she is serving for ESPN. In 2015, her name was announced as a SportsCenter presenter. In 2009, she interviewed the former American president Barack Obama for NASCAR.

  • July 2, 1980
  • 5 Feet 7 inches
  • Ryan Briscoe
  • $500 Thousand
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Personal Life

Nicole Briscoe was born on July 2, 1980, in Wausau, Wisconsin but is a native of Roscoe, Illinois. She graduated from Hononegah High School when she was 18. Since her childhood days, she was interested in journalism and used to perform with her classmate Danica Patrick. Her family was supportive of what she wanted to be. She enrolled at Northern Illinois University for her bachelor’s degree.

In 1998, Briscoe won the title of Miss Illinois Teen USA. The same year, she took part in Miss Teen USA in Shreveport, Louisiana. She was ranked third, seventh and tenth out of ten contestants in the evening gown contest, swimsuit, and interview respectively. However, two years later, she contended for the Miss Illinois USA at the age 21 and announced as first runner-up of the pageant.

In December 2009, she got married to, Indycar Series racer, Ryan Briscoe from Australia. The couple chose Hawaii for as their wedding destination. Till date, no rumors have been heard regarding their divorce. The couple has two children, Finley and Blake James. 



Lifestyle and Measurements

Briscoe is the great example of a woman possess super sexy and curvy body. Her height is 5 feet 7 inches followed by the weight 69 kilos with the body measurements of 39-27-37. Her green eyes and graceful attitude never fail to impress her male as well as female followers. Her beautiful bubbly figure with perky breast compliments her job as a sports reporter. She also got listed among the 15 sexiest Sports Center.

She is the highly sophisticated journalist and very conscious about her health. She loves to spend time with her daughter and relatives. Briscoes often goes for holidays in various places.



Professional Career

Briscoe began her career in broadcast at WREX-TV in Rockford when she was University student. Later, she joined WANE-TV in Fort Wayne, Indiana reporting general assignment and in 2004, moved to WISH-TV. While she was working for WISH-TV, she reported the Indianapolis 500, the United States Grand Prix, the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, and the NBA’s Indiana Pacers.

On 28 May 2006, she covered the Indianapolis 500 for last and signed up for Speed Channel in Charlotte, North Carolina. Briscoe worked as co-anchor of The Speed Report, motorsports show replacing Connie LeGrand. She served for Speed Channel till early 2008 and came to ESPN as a new anchor of regular news program NASCAR Now.




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