Bridget Condon
Bridget joins us from CBS19 in Charlottesville, Virginia and is excited to dive deeper into covering the ACC. She is also excited to continue finding unique stories that emphasize how much sports influence lives.

She was born and raised outside of Boston, Massachusetts where her two older sisters, Mom, Dad and puppy Huxley still live. Bridget has always been and will always be one of those wild Boston sports fans, from reversing the curse to deflating the football she will never betray the beloved Boston Sports Army.

She is a graduate from James Madison University, where she studied both journalism and Spanish. Bridget studied abroad during the spring semester of her junior year in Sevilla, Spain and has had the travel bug ever since.

Bridget has always loved telling stories to her family and friends, and is excited to now be able to tell stories to the rest of the world. She has a creative and unique perspective and loves mastering new techniques.

During her free time, Bridget enjoys being outside doing activities such as hiking, biking, running or just kicking around a ball. Growing up near Cape Cod, Bridget is a huge fan of the beach and water activities.

If you have a story idea or any questions, you can reach out to Bridget by email or by following her on her Facebook page, Instagram or Twitter Account.


Contact Bridget at bridget.condon@abc11.com.

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