ESPN is adding a top-notch female athlete to its roster for its ESPN SportsCenter, the network announced Monday.
Okwara, a 6-foot-3, 230-pound center, will be a featured analyst on the network’s flagship sports program, according to ESPN senior vice president and managing editor, Mike Slive.
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Slive said in a statement.
“The addition of Donta Okwaramara, the world’s top-ranked gymnast, to our SportsCenter ranks is a fantastic addition to our network.
We look forward to having Dontai Okwarrara join our team.”
Okwarrar will join a growing number of women in the sports media world, including ESPN senior editor and ESPN Women’s College Basketball Analyst Nicole Chastain.
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ESPN senior writer Julie Stewart, who is also a former gymnastics star, tweeted that she was excited to have Okwarar join the network.
She added that she looks forward to seeing how Okwartha handles her role as a commentator.