Who is Victoria Arlen?
Victoria Arlen is an American who is a gold medalist currently working at ESPN as a host and speaker since December 2015. Therefore, she is often seen on air during “SportsCenter Right Now” updating viewers during weekday morning and afternoon programs on ESPN. She was employed at age of 21 and hence was the youngest regular reporter for ESPN. Arlen founded the Victoria’s Victory Foundation and she is also an author and actress, speaker, model, and former American Paralympian swimmer.
Victoria Arlen Date of Birth / Age
Arlen’s age is 28 years as of 2022 having been born on the 26th of September in the year 1994 and her place of birth was in Boston, Mass. Further, she was brought up in Exeter, N.H where she also earned her high school education.
Victoria Arlen Height
Arlen stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 6 inches tall.
Victoria Arlen Parents and Siblings
Arlen’s family details are away from social media although she was born in 1994 as one of the triplets and hence she has two brothers. Her dad loves playing hockey, and her brothers enjoyed playing it as well since a tender age.
Victoria Arlen Spouse / Husband
Arlen has for a long time been keeping details regarding whether or not she is dating private. It is therefore not known whether Victoria is married or not but the information will be updated once available.
Victoria Arlen Kids / Children
Details regarding whether or not Arlen has any children are not available to the public at the moment. However, we will update this information once more details concerning this are available.
Victoria Arlen Education
Arlen earned her certificate in high school education at Exeter High School. Although she missed five years of schooling, she was able to return to high school and successfully graduated within three years.
Victoria Arlen Career
Arlen is a gold medalist currently working at ESPN as a host and speaker since December 2015. Therefore, she is often seen on air during “SportsCenter Right Now”. Mostly seen updating viewers during weekday morning and afternoon programs on ESPN.
Victoria’s story of her health at of young age is of overcoming odds and adversity. She was unlucky to have been diagnosed with Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis and Transverse Myelitis at the age of 11 years. During this time she couldn’t speak, eat or walk and health care workers lost hope in her survival. However, Arlen had to fight for about four years in a vegetative state but luckily she later relearned daily tasks. Therefore, she joined the ESPN team in a wheelchair but luckily celebrated her one-year anniversary of regaining her strength to walk again.
Further, Victoria has been a motivational speaker, model, and actress. In addition, she was a competitive swimmer and participated in the 2012 London Paralympic Games whereby she won a gold medal. This was in the race in the 100-meter freestyle event which was a new world record. Also, she won three silver medals in the 50-meter, 400-meter, and 4×100-meter freestyle relay. Besides, Arlen broke other various World, American, and Pan American Records.
Arlen contested on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars In the fall of 2017 and advanced to the final four prior to being eliminated. Additionally, an autobiography was published in 2018 which belonged to her entitled “Locked In,” Victoria believes in the book of Philippians chapter verse 13.
Victoria Arlen ESPN
Arlen is a gold medalist currently working at ESPN as a host and speaker since December 2015. Therefore, she is often seen on air during “SportsCenter Right Now”. She began her career at age of 21 and hence was the youngest regular reporter for ESPN.
Victoria made her first appearance on ESPN television in 2015 as a reporter for Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles. Luckily she reported winter games for 2017 and also hosted and reported the X Games and Invictus Games. Additionally, she managed features and also updated for SportsCenter as well as reported for espnW. Further, Arlen has been appearing on College GameDay and also has covered the SEC Network on NCAA swimming and diving.
How Much Does Victoria Arlen Earn?
Arlen earns an annual salary that ranges from $80,000-$130,000.
How Much is Victoria Arlen Worth?
As a host and speaker, Victoria has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.