Bridget Condon - sports anchor at ABC11 WTVD
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.

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Bridget's Stories
Hurricanes' Slavin urging people to 'Fill the Stadium' support at-risk children
Slavin, a lead member of the Hurricanes, is encouraging fans who would normally spend money at games to instead donate their money and support to at-risk children.
Millbrook sisters share pro basketball dreams
This week, Lonzo and LaMelo Ball made NBA history as the first brothers selected in the top three of the NBA Draft. Here in Raleigh, there's another sibling duo turning heads -- Millbrook High's Douglas sisters, who have dreams of being a part of the WNBA one day.
UNC track and field coach breaks world record for fastest mile dribbling a basketball
The previous record was four minutes and 33.75 seconds. Dylan Soerensen, the UNC assistant track and field coach finished with a time of 4 minutes and 33.73 seconds.
North Carolina veteran remains active after losing leg, encourages others like him to regain their lives
Navy veteran Kevin Beck feared losing his leg would cause him to lose his active lifestyle. Now, he councils vets while still being able to hike, ski and scuba dive.
Raleigh 6-year-old with autism credits martial arts for giving him courage, confidence
A Raleigh 6-year-old is using what some may see as an obstacle as a springboard to push him forward.
Winston Salem State University student from Tarboro wins $20,000 in virtual game of HORSE
The month-long, intercollegiate virtual HORSE tournament was open to students at HBCUs and offered a $10,000 prize for the winner and $10,000 for their school's Student Government Association.
Partner up, Power up Special Olympics and Lenovo encouraging athletes to get moving
Special Olympics North Carolina and Lenovo are in the midst of a 10-week program called partner up power up encouraging those with and without intellectual disabilities to stay active.
Krzyzewski, Duke basketball honored for Make-A-Wish efforts
Coach Mike Krzyzewski and Duke men's basketball were honored with a Make-A-Wish national award, the 2020 Chris Greicius Award winner from the sports industry for Make-A-Wish America.
Chris Paul and Dennis Smith Jr. encourage Fayetteville State students to vote
NBA players Chris Paul and Dennis Smith Jr. spoke to student-athletes at Fayetteville State University as part of a mission to encourage young Black people to vote and to show support for HBCUs.
NCCU student-athletes get organized, march together to polls
One-hundred percent of the football team registered to vote thanks in part to Jessie Malit, a junior defensive end and first-time voter who worked with the student-athlete advisory committee to organize the event.