Anthony Remedios
Anthony Remedios AN-thuh-nee reh-MEE-dee-os (he/him/his)
Sports Broadcast Producer, Phoenix

Anthony Remedios expects to graduate in May 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism and a minor in community sports management. Remedios also works with Varsity Sports Show, Walter Cronkite Sports Network and Blaze Radio.

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The ultimate sacrifice: Tillman’s legacy burns bright as firefighters lead Pat’s Run 20-year celebration

TEMPE – Pat’s Run celebrated its 20th anniversary Saturday. Over 28,000 people participated in the event and brought the attraction of local firefighters and first responders.

Valley firefighters Sergio Tosi, Brad Lerman and Nik Gazda were among the first responders to participate in the 20th annual Pat’s Run. They competed in full gear. (Photo by Anthony Remedios/Cronkite News)

The final Final Four? Phoenix faces rising competition as marquee sports events shift Las Vegas, Los Angeles

PHOENIX – Historically, Arizona has been a destination for marquee sporting events, but with new competition from Las Vegas and Los Angeles, Arizona is facing competition to maintain its status as a host city.

Despite its strong infrastructure and track record of successful hosting, Phoenix must adapt to maintain its status as a top destination for sports and entertainment. (Photo by Daniella Trujillo/Cronkite News)

Final Four Updates: Purdue fans, students have large presence at men’s national championship game

GLENDALE – Arizona’s early elimination from the Men’s NCAA Tournament have help make championship tickets a little more affordable. Some were going for as low as $100 Monday afternoon.

Purdue coach Matt Painter can change the fortune of the Big Ten Conference. In seven title game appearances since 2001, the conference is 0-7. (Photo by Bennett Silvyn/Cronkite News)

Next big thing: Freddy Peralta begins pathway to Brewers’ ace, will make first career Opening Day start

PHOENIX – After the departure of Corbin Burnes and long-term injuries to Brandon Woodruff and Devin Williams, Freddy Peralta is gearing up to be the next ace for the Brewers’ pitching staff and gets the nod for Opening Day.

Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Freddy Peralta is gearing up to be the next ace for the Milwaukee Brewers’ pitching staff and has secured the nod for Friday’s Opening Day. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Casitas, private clubs highlight upgrades Arizona Cardinals plan for State Farm Stadium

PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals announce several high-end seating upgrades for State Farm Stadium as it stays in the hunt to remain relevant.

The Arizona Cardinals announce $15 million upgrades to State Farm Stadium, including new field-level suites and club areas, aiming to enhance the fan experience. (Renderings courtesy of Arizona Cardinals)

‘It’s home’: Desireé Reed-Francois introduced as University of Arizona’s athletic director

TUCSON – As the University of Arizona welcomes Desireé Reed-Francois as its first female athletic director, the institution embarks on a new era marked by fiscal challenges, conference realignment and a commitment to maintaining all 18 Division I sports programs.

Desireé Reed-Francois, second from right, steps into her role as the University of Arizona's first female athletic director, promising a strategy centered on fiscal responsibility, philanthropy and athlete engagement. (Photo by Anthony Remedios/Cronkite News)

Road to Omaha: ASU baseball team begins 2024 season with renewed confidence

PHOENIX – The Arizona State baseball team will kick off its season Friday night. After a disappointing end to 2023, the Sun Devils have high hopes for this campaign.

More than a scorecard: For Bud Cauley, Kevin Yu, 2024 WM Phoenix Open has special meaning

SCOTTSDALE – Golf is about more than numbers. For Bud Cauley, it’s about coming back from a serious car accident. For Kevin Yu, it’s about playing on a course he knows best as a spectator.

Fans huddle together as the rain turned to hail during Wednesday's celebrity pro-am at the WM Phoenix Open. (Photo by Alyssa Buruato/Cronkite News)

After pitching struggles in Oregon, ASU baseball turns focus to Stanford series

EUGENE, Ore. – Although it came away with just one victory in its series at Oregon, the Arizona State baseball team is ready to shift its focus to the future. Especially since Stanford awaits.

Arizona State right fielder Nick McLain hit three home runs during the Sun Devils’ series against Oregon in Eugene. (Photo by Anthony Remedios/Cronkite News)