Troy Hirsch (Journalist)

Last Updated on 8 months by General

My life’s purpose is quite simple: to have as much fun as possible, as often as possible. Thankfully, I’ve landed the perfect job for that pursuit. I get to immerse myself in the world of sports and share the incredible stories of San Diegans who excel in this realm. Their passion for what they do makes my job an absolute joy.

Around the newsroom, I’ve become known for a few things: my good looks, my charm, and my dedication to hard work. Well, one out of three isn’t too shabby!

If I weren’t immersed in the world of TV news, I’d likely be trying my hand at the professional water skiing circuit. It’s another thrilling world I’d love to explore.

On my days off, you’ll find me either water skiing in Mission Bay or Imperial Lakes, or out mountain biking in the scenic hills and mountains that surround San Diego County.

One of my most memorable TV moments was covering Super Bowl XXXVII, where the Buccaneers triumphed over the Raiders at Qualcomm Stadium. I had the privilege of going live on the field after the game, capturing the electric atmosphere.

I’m a firm believer in giving back to my community, and I do so by volunteering for the Holiday Bowl and Poinsettia Bowl. It’s a way to support and engage with the local sports community.

If I were to host a dinner for five, my guest list would include my dad, Baaarack Obama, Warren Buffett, and Kate Beckinsale (and of course, I’d assume I’m the fifth, making it a fascinating group).

If I had any free time to spare, you’d likely find me spending more quality moments at the beach. It’s one of my favorite places to be.

As for my guilty pleasure, I can’t help but indulge in some Lady Gaga from time to time.

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