Marion Reimers

Host, CENTRAL FOX, FOX Deportes

A versatile journalist and journalism professor, Marion Reimers is one of sports television’s brightest stars and the host for the primetime edition of the leading sports news program CENTRAL FOX. She has covered several high profile sporting events for the network including World Cups, Copa America, Confederations Cups, Olympic Games, Copa Libertadores and Mexican National League tournaments.

A versatile journalist and journalism professor, Marion Reimers is one of sports television’s brightest stars and the host for the primetime edition of the leading sports news program CENTRAL FOX. In addition to her role as host, Reimers has covered many high profile sporting events for the network including World Cups, Copa America, Confederations Cups, Olympic Games, Copa Libertadores and Mexican National League tournaments. She has also profiled several top newsmakers in the sports world.

Reimers got her start in television as a writer for FOX Deportes in 2006 and quickly added to her duties by reporting for the weekend edition of DIARIO FOX SPORTS, delivering news and feature interviews. From 2012-14, Reimers moved to Argentina to work as part of the on-air lineup at CENTRAL FOX, where she served as host for the primetime edition. She has also served as a columnist for RECORD, one of the top newspapers in Mexico.

For her work, Reimers received a Sports Emmy nomination in 2015 and was the recipient of the 2012 Female Sports Reporter Award in Argentina and 2008 Medal of Merit in Communications and Journalism in Mexico.

Reimers holds a master’s degree in journalism from the Journal la Nacion and Universidad

Torcuato Di Tella and teaches journalism classes at the Technologico de Monterey de la Cuidad de Mexico.

Reimers was born in Mexico City, Mexico.

Marion Reimers Bio (451 kB, last updated December 2016)