Fox Sports Net Debuts The Sports List; Newest Daily Show Features Summer Sanders as Host

First Episode Airs Monday, July 19 at 5:00 PM

On July 19, Fox Sports Net unveils its newest daily program, THE SPORTS LIST, featuring the dynamic and energetic Summer Sanders. A two-time Olympic gold medalist and one of swimming's most decorated athletes, Sanders serves as the host of this new 30-minute program, counting down the top ten positions on a variety of sports-related categories in an entertaining and informative way.

The debut episode of THE SPORTS LIST breaks down the top ten Biggest Chokes in the history of sports. Following the debut episode, TSL will feature countdowns covering such topics as Bizarre Moments, Most Intimidating Pitchers, Shocking Upsets and Best Home Runs. All told, the premiere season is slated to break down 65 distinct sports-related categories and will involve entertaining and insightful comments from key sports figures and celebrities including Derek Jeter, Sammy Sosa, Emeka Okafor, Tony Hawk, Jim Belushi, Michael Chiklis, Al Michaels and Mike Ditka among many others.

Sanders' addition to the network marks another step towards FSN redefining its positioning as a personality-driven network as she joins the ranks of strong FSN personalities including Tom Arnold, Max Kellerman and James Brown. "We're thrilled to welcome Summer to our Fox Sports Net family," said George Greenberg, Executive Vice-President of Programming and Production. "Her charismatic personality and sports pedigree are a perfect fit for a show like this that brings to a national audience the sports debates that happen at local sports bars every night across the country."

A skilled broadcaster with nearly five years of television experience, Sanders first made a name for herself at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where she emerged as the most decorated U.S. swimmer, winning two gold medals, one silver medal and one bronze medal. Additionally, Sanders also has a slew of television credits including co-hosting "NBA's Inside Stuff" on ABC, where she covered the NBA and WNBA finals and drafts as well as various All-Star games. Sanders has also served as the host of ESPN's "Beg Borrow and Deal" and Nickelodeon's hit game show for kids, "Figure It Out."

THE SPORTS LIST is produced for Fox Sports Net by Steven Michaels and Frank Sinton of Asylum Entertainment.

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