Mark Armstrong - Sports anchor at ABC11 WTVD
ABC11 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. Sports Anchor Mark Armstrong joined Eyewitness News in October 2004.

Prior to arriving at ABC11, Mark's sports segments were seen nationally via Sinclair Broadcasting's NewsCentral operation in Baltimore. Mark hosted the Utah Jazz's afternoon call-in and pre- and postgame shows in Salt Lake City, as well as freelance anchoring television sports there.

A native of Toronto, Canada, Mark attended the University of Western Ontario and the University of Utah.

Mark is happily married and dad to twin boys who try daily to cripple him.

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Mark's Stories
Tennis sees major boom in interest amid COVID-19 pandemic
Amid the pandemic, more people are picking up their racquet and are hitting the tennis courts.
In uncertain season, UNC women's soccer plans to play with urgency
Though the NCAA board voted Wednesday to proceed with Fall championships in the spring, it has yet to receive full approval and there is no guarantee UNC will have its full roster then and that puts the emphasis on now.
When will students return to class? Tuesday's Wake County Public School System meeting floats potential options
While specific details were not officially decided Tuesday, the district wants to propose a target date of Oct. 26 for Plan B students to return to in-person instruction.
State, UNC, Duke all coming out with something to prove
If you listened to NC State's players talk Tuesday, there was a prickliness about them. They do not want to hear about last year and they do want to show what they're really made of starting this Saturday.
As UNC, Duke get first game in, N.C. State remains itching to play
After a fall camp that sometimes featured only half the roster because of contact tracing and then a delayed season opener, you can certainly understand why N.C. State coach Dave Doeren's players are eager to get after it this Saturday vs. Wake Forest.
Pinehurst to host 5 U.S. Open Championships by 2047, become home of new golf innovation campus: USGA
USGA will create a testing campus in the Village of Pinehurst with plans to host five U.S. Open Championships in North Carolina by 2047.
North Carolina High School Athletics Association sets playoff dates, releases new sports recommendations
The NCHSAA set playoff dates for sports and increased the season limitation from 10 to 14 meets for swimming, cross-country, and track & field.
Spikeball brings one Raleigh street together amid COVID-19 pandemic
One sport in particular has brought a Raleigh street closer together than ever before during the pandemic.
Former NC State baseball star Combs dies at 45 from ALS
Chris Combs was a father, he was a fundraiser and most of all, he was a fighter. ALS took him away from us Thursday morning at age 45, but what he's done the last four years to battle the disease ensures that his legacy will live forever.
NC State resumes football practice after 8-day coronavirus break
Just 17 days removed from the Wolfpack's season opener, the only thing head coach Dave Doeren knows is that he can't see around the corner.