Adam Zucker profiled on OZY

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Adam Zucker, the lead college sports anchor for CBS Sports and the main anchor for CBS Sports Network, was recently profiled on in the website's sports vertical, "The Huddle."

In the feature, Zucker talks about his role at CBS Sports, how he got into the sports broadcasting business and his love of disc golf and Phish.

To read the full article, click here.

Chantel McCabe featured in Golf Digest Q+A

McCabe at this year's Solheim Cup in Des Moines.

McCabe at this year's Solheim Cup in Des Moines.

IF client Chantel McCabe joined Golf Channel in 2016 and is off to a flying start, covering some of the sport's biggest tournaments and interviewing many of the top young players in the game in her first year on the job.

Golf Digest recently spoke with Chantel as part of its "Golfers We Like" online series. The conversation covered Chantel's most memorable moments on the job, her own golf game, her adjustment to life on the road and much more.

Click here for the full interview.

Cohen Honored in 40 Under 40

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IF's very own agent, Gideon Cohen, was recognized in The Big Lead's 40 Under 40: Behind the Scenes in Sports Media. The list intends "to shine a light on people behind the scenes whose names you might not know who have a major hand in the sports content that you read, watch, and/or listen to". See below for Gideon's mention and view the full list by clicking here.

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Rowe as Keynote Speaker for SBRMC's Healthy Woman

ESPN's Reporter, Holly Rowe, made an impactful appearance at South Baldwin Regional Medical Center Resource's evening event, Healthy Woman. After struggling with recent battles with melanoma, Rowe shared her love of sports and knowledge about overcoming obstacles to connect with women everywhere. 

Addressing a packed house, Rowe had an intention for her speech. "My goal for us tonight is that maybe something in my story and my journey will help you either as caregivers, or to take care of yourselves," she said. “I’m learning about how bad I was at taking care of myself, and so I want all of us to be inspired to take better care of ourselves and our health.”

Rowe also gave insight into her own fight against cancer and shared her ideas of preventative measures to lessen severity as a key take away for the audience. To read more about Holly's speech and the event, you can do so by clicking here.