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.

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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Bridget's Stories
Former Duke star now coaching in NBA resets during basketball's forced hiatus
Back in March, Lindsey Harding, the Kings' player development coach, was in the midst of helping her team fight for a playoff spot. Now she has time for self-reflection while waiting for a return to action.
No prom? No problem: Raleigh 7-year-old holds special event for his nanny
Curtis Rogers who hadn't seen his nanny, Rachel Chapman, in two months because of COVID-19, wanted to throw her the senior prom that COVID-19 stole away.
Hillsborough 10-year-old competing in American Ninja Warrior Junior
A 10-year-old boy from Hillsborough will be featured on American Ninja Warrior Junior this Friday at 6 p.m.
North Carolina mom finally meets newborn son two months after being hospitalized for COVID-19
Takia Morrison was finally able to meet her newborn son two months after being hospitalized for COVID-19.
North Carolina High School Athletic Association 'Unsung Hero Award' goes to 3 lifelong Triangle natives
The award is going to Steve Alford, Ted Carver and Arnold Spell. The trio serves in a variety of roles for the State Championships in golf, football and basketball with the NCHSAA.
Miracle League keeps 'Dunk Day' alive with online donations amid COVID-19
Even without a season this spring, the league is asking players, coaches and volunteers to raise money online.
Former Wolfpack star to become NFL's first 'Set The Expectation' ambassador
Former NC State defensive lineman James Smith-Williams will be Set the Expectation's first NFL ambassador, hoping to raise awareness of sexual assault in athletics.
Duke basketball player organizes COVID-19 relief for her native Nigeria
Duke forward Onome Akinbode-James is a presence on the court and now she's taking her leadership skills off the court to help feed hungry families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Special Olympics North Carolina to host virtual torch run to raise money and awareness
Due to COVID-19, the summer games have been canceled and Special Olympics North Carolina is asking everyone to carry the torch virtually keeping hope alive for the athletes
Pro 3:5 Sports Academy in Raleigh reopens with new Phase 1 limitations amid COVID-19
The owners of Pro 3:5 Sports describe it as a PE class, recess and field day mixed today. It's back open allowing just 10 kids at a time.