Paulina García Robles Biography
Paulina García Robles is a Mexican television presenter, sportscaster, and model associated with ESPN Deportes and ESPN Mexico. Currently, García anchors the Spanish version of SportsCenter. In 2013, García won Nuestra Belleza Distrito Federal and competed in Nuestra Belleza México that year, where she was ranked among the top 10.
Paulina García Robles Age
Paulina García Robles was born on 26 February 1993 in Mexico City, Mexico. As of 2019, she is 26years old. She holds a Mexican nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group.
Paulina García Robles Boyfriend
She is not married. Currently, she is in a romantic relationship with her boyfriend. Further, apart from pictures, there isn’t any information regarding her future husband.
Paulina García Robles Education
Further, García was a member of the volleyball team at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Ciudad de Mexico Campus, where she studied communication and digital media.
Paulina García Robles Career
arcía began her broadcasting career in YouTube clips for Universidad Insurgentes and Across Life and the pilot of Ni Pio of Televisa Deportes. Later, García joined the FOROtv morning show Matutino Express in February 2015, shortly before her 22nd birthday.
After a few months at Matutino Express, she left the show and joined ESPN Mexico in June 2015. On 3 August 2015, she debuted on the network appearing on the morning talk show Toque Inicial. García started her career by hosting various programs at ESPN, notably Toque Inicial, where she co-hosted the show with Juan Pablo Fernández.
She also did several segments called the SportsCenter, a two- minute review of the day’s most important news. From February 2016 to August 2017, García was a social media correspondent for Fútbol Picante’s afternoon edition.
In August 2017, García left both Toque Inicial and Fútbol Picante’s afternoon edition to work as a presenter ESPN AM, a new program hosted by Ciro Procuna and Francisco Gabriel de Anda, as well.
In September 2017, García also became a permanent anchor of SportsCenter’s Spanish-language version. Later, ESPN sent García to cover 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia