When sportssæsonen starts to fall it will be with the 27-year-old Christina Schmidth on board.
Christina Schmidth is a known face in the TV2 auspices, she has previously been a host and reporter at TV2 Nord, but now she gets a new home on the sportsnyhederne on TV2.
She replaces Christian Müller Bækgaard, who earlier this year became host on the TV2 News.
- I am totally game, and I think it will be exciting. I have covered sports for TV2 Nord, and I've always thought it was cool to be out among happy people at sporting events, their joy is contagious, says Christina Schmidth to Ekstra Bladet.
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even Though it is the first time, Christina Schmidth must be a sports host, she is not completely new in the world of sports. She has even played handball for ten years and has therefore always had the sport closely on the life.
this is Why it is a dream coming true, when she to september to cover the sport.
- This is something I've always wanted to try. It will be great to be able to cover something you are passionate about. I am looking to cover an area that really unites people, and where there are many emotions involved. Sport is really something, people go up in, says Christina Schmidth.
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Christina Schmidth is a trained journalist from the University of Southern denmark, where she had an internship at TV2 Fyn. Then she was associated with regionalstationen TV2 Nord and TV2 News.
She switched the " out with the north in 2018, where she was host and reporter at TV2 Nord, but now she returns to the island of Fyn.
- Christina has total experience of TV2's friends in the regional nyhedsjournalistik, and she is a great værtstalent, says TV2 Sports redaktionschef, Kristian Bech Josefsen, in a TV2-press release and continues:
- now Already she is able as the host to balance professionalism and good company, and it is a strong basis for the further work with sport as a real area of expertise, he says further in the press release.