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A CAREER BUILT ON DETAILS.
Enjoying a broadcasting career that has spanned three decades, Bob Varsha has earned the distinction as one of the most known voices in a global variety of sports, working with networks including ESPN, FOX Sports, NBC Sports Network, and beyond.
Varsha was born in Northport, New York, and graduated from Dartmouth College in 1973 with a bachelor of arts degree in foreign language. While attending Dartmouth, Varsha won varsity letters in cross country and track. He made the finals of the U.S. Olympic Trials marathon event twice, doing so while attending Emory University School of Law.
Varsha practiced law in Atlanta, but his life took a different direction when TBS asked him to cover the Peachtree Road Race, which he headed as part of the Atlanta Track Club in 1980. He did so well that TBS offered him a part-time job. In 1986, Varsha joined ESPN, where he hosted the network's Formula One coverage as well many other international sports events including gymnastics, figure skating, track & field and 24 Hours of Le Mans. It's been history ever since.
-NBC Sports Network
-24 Hours of Le Mans
-Int'l Figure Skating
-Int'l Track & Field