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Sara Orlesky (born July 31, 1980) is a Canadian sports reporter and the Winnipeg Bureau Reporter for TSN's SportsCentre.[1] In 2008, The Globe and Mail newspaper described her as "among the top young female sports broadcasters in Canada."[2]

Sara Orlesky
Born (1980-07-31) July 31, 1980 (age 39)
OccupationCanadian Sports Reporter
EmployerTSN
Known forSportsCentre, CFL on TSN

CareerEdit

Orlesky was hired in November 2007 and joined TSN in January 2008 as a reporter for the Toronto bureau, filing reports on major sports stories in the Greater Toronto Area.[3]

Prior to working at TSN, Orlesky lived in Vancouver, British Columbia where she reported for The Score. Orlesky worked for Citytv Vancouver as a weekend sports producer, while studying communications at Simon Fraser University. She was promoted to weekend sports anchor and left there in 2004.[4] Orlesky reported on figure skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

When TSN opened its Winnipeg bureau, Orlesky became the lead reporter.[5] She can be seen regularly filing reports on major sports stories in the Winnipeg area on SportsCentre, with a special focus on the Jets and Blue Bombers.[6] She also joined the CFL on TSN broadcast team as a sideline reporter in the 2008 season where she has since covered regular season and playoff games, including the Grey Cup.[7]

Personal lifeEdit

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Orlesky graduated from Shaftesbury High School, Winnipeg.

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