Coverage team announced for 2020 Olympics in Tokyo
IRVING, Texas (NEXSTAR) — Nexstar Media Group has named the group of award-winning journalists covering the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
The group of seven will launch a series of stories at the beginning of 2020 and provide daily coverage once the games begin in July.
Here’s more about each of the journalists covering the biggest event in sports:
Doles has worked for WOOD TV since 1990. This will be his 11th Olympic Games. He’s previously traveled to Calgary, Seoul, Atlanta, Sydney, Athens, Torino, Beijing, Sochi, Rio and PyeongChang. In addition to the Olympics, Doles has covered the Rose Bowl, the Super Bowl, the NBA and Stanley Cup Finals and the World Series.
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Nolan is co-anchor of KARK 4 Today in Little Rock, Arkansas and anchor of Newsfeed Now, a daily digital news segment that streams across Nexstar Media Group. This will be his third Olympic games.
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Marden has been with KSEE and CBS 47 in Fresno since 2008. This will be his third Olympic Games. Marden has also covered multiple Super Bowls.
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Cargile has been covering news at KXAN in Austin, Texas for more than a decade. She’s an investigative reporter who previously served as a news anchor. This will be Cargile’s second Olympic Games.
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Balouris has been anchoring at WAVY-TV in Norfolk, Virginia since 2016. This will be her first Olympic Games.
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Barnes is the morning co-anchor at WCMH in Columbus, Ohio. He joined the station in 2010 and previously worked as a sports reporter. This will be his first Olympic Games.
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Marino is a reporter and anchor at WFLA in Tampa, Florida. She previously worked as a political reporter in Pennsylvania. This will be her first Olympic Games.
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