Jeremy Schaap

Jeremy Schaap is an American sportswriter, television reporter, and author. Schaap is the author of a New York Times bestseller, Cinderella Man: James J. Braddock, Max Baer, and the Greatest Upset in Boxing History (2005), and Triumph: The Untold Story of Jesse Owens and Hitler's Olympics (2007).

Jeremy Schaap was born in New York City. He is the son of the late journalist and broadcaster Dick Schaap. Like his father, Schaap is a graduate of Cornell University.

Schaap is the former editor of The Cornell Daily Sun. Since 1994, he has been an ESPN broadcaster.

Jeremy Schaap hosts E:60 and Outside the Lines, ESPN's journalism shows, and the award-winning weekly radio show and podcast The Sporting Life.

Schaap has covered most major sports and sporting events, from the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup to the Belmont Stakes and chess boxing. He is a six-time Emmy award winner for his work on ESPN's E:60, SportsCenter, and Outside the Lines.

In 2006, Jeremy Schaap won the Dick Schaap Award for Outstanding Writing at the Emmys, named after his father, for an Outside the Lines feature Finding Bobby Fischer.

In 2015, Schaap won the prestigious Robert F. Kennedy Award for reporting on human rights and social justice issues, a first for ESPN. Also, Schaap has been nominated for the National Sports Emmy Award in journalism multiple times.

Jeremy Schaap resides with his family in Connecticut.
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