FoxSports News babe Krista Voda was one of the handful of women who fell to Erin Andrews in the recent Playboy poll of the hottest sportscasters in the land. And really, when you’re going up against Erin Andrews, losing is really not that bad. Everyone pales by comparison next to the hottest girl with a mic. But Krista Voda ain’t half bad — she’s got everything it takes to make it in the biz: looks and blonde hair.
I’m pretty sure that’s all it takes to get deep inside that soft spot in the hearts of all sports fans.
A quick bio on her from Wikipedia:
Krista Voda is an American sportscaster who covers auto racing. Voda is a pit reporter for NASCAR on FOX and is the host of NCTS Setup, the pre-race show for coverage of the Craftsman Truck Series on SPEED Channel.
Voda began as a NASCAR broadcaster in 2003 as co-anchor of Totally NASCAR on Fox Sports Net. She was also co-host on NASCAR Nation when that show aired on SPEED. Before moving to FSN, she worked for various local television stations in Iowa and Kentucky, including WLEX, the NBC affiliate in Lexington.
Voda was born and raised in Clinton, Iowa and attended the University of Northern Iowa. In high school, she lettered in volleyball, basketball, and track and field.
In addition to NASCAR, she has covered college football (including the Cotton Bowl), the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship, the Kentucky Derby, the World Series, and the PGA Championship.
Voda lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.