Sarah Spain Archive

Sarah Spain

Contributor, espnW.com
Sarah Spain (follow her on Twitter @SarahSpain) is the co-host of "espnW Presents: Spain & Prim" on ESPN Radio, a SportsCenter Anchor for ESPN1000 and an espnW columnist since 2010. She was a heptathlete at Cornell and is a lifelong Chicago sports fan.
  • Best of ESPN 1000

    Chris and Adam hear from Jed Hoyer, Tom Waddle and Sarah Spain.

  • Athlete's Life

    How sports are going green

    Sarah Spain's role as a moderator at the Green Sports Alliance Summit was eye-opening. Here's what she learned about the future of green.

    Jul 17 3:35 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • News & Commentary

    Women rule night at ESPYS

    Here's to you, Caitlyn Jenner, Ronda Rousey, Serena Williams, Danielle Green, Lauren Hill, Leah Still, Mo'ne Davis and the World Cup champs. Your courage, strength and excellence inspire us all.

    Jul 16 9:57 AM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • Get to know the athletes at the ESPYS red carpet

    Sarah Spain of espnW asks some of the top female athletes at the 2015 ESPYS who they would want to train with, who would they want to play for and what their life mantra is.

    Jul 16 8:25 AM ET

  • Carmen and Jurko

    Ben Finfer and Fred Huebner are joined by Tracy Butler, Bob Harig, Albert Breer, Sarah Spain, and Keith Law.

  • Best of ESPN 1000

    Chris and Adam are joined by Sarah Spain to talk about the ESPYs, US Soccer, and the Cubs.

  • Athlete's Life

    ESPYGrams: Talking bodies with athletes, celebs

    Sarah Spain catches up with athletes and celebrities heading into The Body Party to chat about bodies -- their own and others -- and all they're capable of.

    Jul 15 5:37 PM ET

  • Outside The Lines

    How will the reduction of Greg Hardy's suspension from 10 to four games affect Tom Brady's appeal of his 4-game suspension? Outside the Lines examines both cases today.

  • Spain & Prim

    Sarah and Prim discuss Serena's historic Wimbledon victory and ask what people are better at in their 30s compared to their 20s. Plus, rap tips from Danny Kanell.

  • News Commentary 2015worldcup

    In NYC, U.S. women keep making history

    New York City's first lady, Chirlane McCray, was a driving force behind the ticker-tape parade for the World Cup-winning U.S. women. And for her, it's personal.

    Jul 10 1:21 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • Athlete's Life

    Live: World Cup Watch Party With Sarah Spain

    Our very own Sarah Spain is hosting a World Cup watch party in Chicago's Lincoln Park and you are invited.

    Jul 5 6:21 PM ET

  • Spain & Prim

    Spain and Ramona Shelburne discuss LaMarcus Aldridge heading to the Spurs and other free agency news.

  • ESPN Radio

    Dan & Stu are joined by Sarah Spain to talk NBA Free Agency, is there anyway the Heat could end up with LaMarcus Aldridge? Also Dan has some weird grooming habits.

  • News Commentary 2015worldcup

    Live: World Cup Watch Party With Sarah Spain

    Our very own Sarah Spain is hosting a World Cup watch party in Chicago's Lincoln Park and you are invited.

    Jul 5 5:05 PM ET

  • Spain & Prim

    Spain and Ramona Shelburne talked with Dan Dakich and Julie Foudy about the NBA draft and the womens world cup

  • Spain & Prim

    Sarah gets to troll Prim after the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup. Plus Twitter Rules and what we learned today.

  • News & Commentary

    Spain: Mayweather honor spoils silly fun

    Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards had some surprisingly OK moments, but bestowing the title of Best Ever upon Floyd Mayweather was not one of them.

    Jun 19 2:37 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • Carmen and Jurko

    Carmen and Jurko are live from Soldier Field for the Blackhawks Parade and Rally! They get live look-ins from Sarah Spain, Eddie Olczyk, Scott Powers, and Ray Flores.

  • Blackhawks fans euphoric

    Sarah Spain interviews partying Blackhawks fans after Chicago won the Stanley Cup.

    Jun 16 12:05 PM ET

  • Spain & Prim

    Sarah & Prim discuss LeBron's playoff run and the finals. What can LeBron's secret motivation be? Gender testing in women's World Cup. Also, Brian Windhorst and Julie Foudy.

  • Athlete's Life

    Girls relish first national baseball tournament

    At the first national all-girls baseball tournament, Baseball For All worked to make the game more accessible.

    Jun 7 1:21 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • Spain & Prim

    The girls discuss how the loss of Kyrie Irving will make this series very tough for LeBron. Plus they get a live update from the Belmount Stakes.

  • Athlete's Life

    Sarah Spain gets past the Lightning's defenses

    Tampa Bay tried to make it as tough as possible for Chicago fans to infiltrate Amalie Arena, but our intrepid writer would not be defeated.

    Jun 4 1:30 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • Over The Ball

    Kevin Flynn looks ahead to the FIFA Women's World Cup with the USWNT's Kelley O'Hara, ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle, espnW's Sarah Spain and Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney.