Rachel Michele Nichols is a sportscaster and journalist from the United States. Nichols began her career working for the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, where she covered high school sports. She later worked as a sideline reporter for various networks including Turner Sports, CNN, and ESPN. In 2013, Nichols joined NBA TV as a studio analyst and reporter.
Nichols has won numerous awards throughout her career. In 2009, she was named “Outstanding Journalist” by the Women’s Sports Foundation. In 2010, she was inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame. And in 2016, she won an Emmy Award for her work on Inside the NBA.
Nichols is a well-respected voice in the world of sports journalism and has been a trailblazer for women in the industry. She is a role model for aspiring journalists and continues to be an advocate for gender equality in sports. What Happened To Rachel Nichols?
What Happened To Rachel Nichols?
Showtime Basketball has added Olympic gold medalist and professional basketball player Lauren Verrier, who is also a co-host of an ESPN sports-focused podcast. Nichols will head up and produce Showtime Basketball, which produces video and audio podcasts, docu-series, and documentary programming among other things.
Rachel Nichols Age
Rachel Nichols was born in Potomac, Maryland, USA, in 1973 (age 49 as of 2022).
Is Rachel Nichols Married?
In 2001, she married Max Nichols, the son of film and stage director Mike Nichols, in a Jewish ceremony in Venice. Mike Nichols’ last wife before his death, Diane Sawyer is her stepmother-in-law. Nichols and her husband are the parents of two children.