Natalie Kalibat Biography
Natalie Kalibat is an american sportscaster, journalist as well as a television personality. Kalibat serves as the weeknight sports anchor at WRIC-TV in Richmond, Va. She was raised up in Princeton, New Jersey. She was a diver at the University of Southern California and was part of the year 2016 Pac-12 championship team, the first in program history. She is a graduate of the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Natalie is the winner of the 2012 United States Olympic Trials for diving in the Synchronized Women 10m Platform event and won 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform AAU titles in the year 2012. During her senior year in high school, she qualified for Olympic trials. Kalibat interned for ESPN, Pac-12 Networks, and KNBC while she was at USC.
Natalie Kalibat Age
Kalibat’s age is currently not known publicly. She was born in Princeton, New Jersey. We are keeping tabs and we shall updates the information as soon as it will be available.
Natalie Kalibat Height
Kalibat stands tall at a height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Natalie Kalibat Family
Kalibat grew up in a family of Division-I athletes. She was born to her mother Rebecca Kalibat who is an Arlington native. Her mom was also a collegiate swimmer, who graduated from Mary Washington in 1985. She grew up alongside her older sister known as Kristiana, swam at Wagner College in Staten Island, New York. Her brother called Peter was the captain of the men’s swimming as well as the diving team at Georgetown University.
Natalie Kalibat Engaged
Natalie has kept her personal life private, hence it is not known whether she is married or dating. This section is under review and will be updated as soon as possible.
Natalie Kalibat Diving
Kalibat won the 2012 United States Olympic Trials for diving in the Synchronised Women 10 m Platform event and won 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform AAU titles in 2012. She qualified for the Olympic trials while a senior in high school. She was one of the actors.
Natalie Kalibat Usc
During her time at the university, Kalibat worked at the Annenberg Media Center, anchoring and reporting ATVN, USC’s first source for news. While competing and studying at USC, Natalie had several internships. She interned with KNBC’s Sports department, Wasserman Media Group, and the Special Olympic World Games. She reported regularly for ESPN affiliate WeAreSC Productions and worked for four years for the PAC-12 Networks. Natalie was also a Trojan Ambassador for the USC Athletic Department, representing the University at various events in Los Angeles.
Natalie Kalibat Wboy-Tv
In July 2016, she was hired as the weekend sports anchor at WBOY-TV in Clarksburg, West Virginia before moving into her current role in December 2017.
She has worked as a diving analyst for Big Ten Network at the 2018 championships and as a swimming and diving analyst for ACC Network Extra. She covered the Washington Redskins during their training camp in Richmond and also covered the Monster Energy Cup at Richmond Raceway.
Natalie Kalibat Richmond Va
Kalibat has worked as a diving analyst for Big Ten Network at the 2018 championships and as a swimming and diving analyst for ACC Network Extra. She covered the Washington Redskins during their training camp in Richmond. Kalibat also covered the Monster Energy Cup at the Richmond Raceway.
Natalie Kalibat Salary
Kalibat receives an estimated salary of $135,000 annually.
Kalibat Net Worth
Kalibat is estimated to have a Net Worth of $1 million.