Ines Sainz Bio | Wiki
Ines Sainz (Full name: Inés Sainz Gallo) is a Mexican sports journalist, model, and television personality. Currently, she is signed to Azteca Deportes. Her role is to anchor the program DxTips (or, Deportips). SInes and her husband own the production company that created the program. TV Azteca’s website featured photo galleries of Ines in 2010. An article in its “Bad Girls” section extolling the journalist as a woman of intelligence and humor, illustrated by a picture of her modeling a swimsuit.
Ines appeared on the cover of countless magazines such as H Para Hombres, Maxim, Revista Gente y la Actualidad, and Esquire Mexico during the 2000s. Before and during the 2010 World Cup, her photos were featured on different platforms such as Bleacher Report and the websites run by Sports Illustrated, and Men’s Health. The journalist was chosen as the fifth sexiest woman sports reporter in the world in August 2009 by the magazine FHM.
Ines Sainz Age
She was born on September 20, 1978, in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico. Ines is 44 years old.
Ines Sainz Height
She is a woman of above-average stature. Ines stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx 1.73 m).
Ines Sainz Family
She was born in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico. Her dad was a lawyer while her mom was a homemaker. Ines grew up in Mexico City with her parents and three brothers. Out of which one is her twin brother. Ines’ mother wanted her to be more feminine and encouraged her to pursue modeling though she was active in a number of sports. She joined the modeling industry by shooting commercials for companies such as Bacardi, Hoteles Misión, and Telcel.
Ines Sainz Esposo | Husband
While moving from modeling to sports reporting, she met and married Mexican television producer Héctor Pérez Rojano. The couple was hitched in 1998. Together, they share four children namely: María Inés, Eduardo, Hector, and Maya. Ines remains an active participant in sports such as swimming, football, volleyball, basketball, and tennis.
Ines Sainz Hijos | Sons
She is a wife and a mother. Ines and her husband Héctor Pérez Rojano are proud parents to their four children namely: María Inés, Eduardo, Hector, and Maya.
Ines Sainz Queretaro
After high school, Ines joined the Universidad del Valle de México in Querétaro where she earned a degree in law. She then joined the Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro for her a master’s degree in tax law. Also, Ines earned a graduate degree in sports business administration.
Ines Sainz Sports
She has interviewed tennis players Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, baseball players Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez, basketball players Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal, and association football players Ronaldo, Rivaldo, Roberto Carlos, Zinedine Zidane, Lionel Messi, and Cristiano Ronaldo among others. Ines covered three Champions League tournaments by July 2006, four NBA Finals, the 2004 Athens Olympics, and the 2006 World Cup. She has covered six Super Bowls as of 2009.
The first one was Super Bowl XXXVI in 2002. Ines ran an informal biceps competition in January 2009 to promote American football stars to a Mexican audience during the Super Bowl XLIII “media day,” She awarded the “Strongest Right Arm” award to the Arizona Cardinals’ defensive, end Antonio Smith. According to the Palm Beach Post, Ines was photographed as often as Peyton Manning at the 2007 Super Bowl’s “media day.”
The Daily Telegraph reported that the journalist was “besides Manning, the single-most popular person on the premises.” In 2008, Ines was the only reporter who was able to gain an exclusive interview with the wide receiver 14 when Terrell Owens was not speaking with the press. Top Rank, a Boxing promotion company hired Ines to conduct pre-event reports and interviews.
On November 13, 2010, they offer her ringside commentary for the Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito bout in Arlington, Texas. Ines was a broadcast commentator for the Miguel Cotto vs. Ricardo Mayorga bout on March 12, 2011. In 2016, the journalist became a co-host for the Netflix reality shows Ultimate Beastmaster. She served as the host of seasons 1 and 3 for Mexico.
Ines Sainz Salary
Currently, the journalist is signed to Azteca Deportes and earns an average salary of $108,482 per year.
Ines Sainz Net Worth
Ines is a Mexican sports journalist, model, and television personality. She has accumulated an estimated net worth of $3,496,714.