Christina Chambers joined WBRC FOX6 in November 2015 as a sports reporter. She has more than five years of experience covering the SEC, ACC, C-USA, and high school sports throughout Alabama and Georgia.
Prior to joining the WBRC FOX6 sports team, Christina served as a sports reporter/anchor at WAKA in Montgomery, AL. She began her broadcast career as a sports and news reporter at WLTZ NBC38 in Columbus, Georgia, before joining the regional sports network Comcast Sports Southeast in Atlanta. At CSS, she served as the Auburn University beat reporter and sideline reporter for Friday night high school football games. In 2014, Christina also did freelance work as a sideline reporter & halftime host for Raycom Media and the AHSAA during broadcasts of the Super 7 high school football playoffs, and high school basketball finals.
A native of Cullman, Alabama, Christina was a four-year Division 1A scholarship athlete at UAB (cross country and track), where she received a B.A in journalism.
While sports is her passion, Christina loves spending her free time running, and with family and friends. She is eager to hear from you with story ideas or suggestions on any fun road races!
No. 5 ranked Alabama fell short to No. 15 Auburn 48-45 Saturday night to fall to 10-2 on the season. For the first time in College Football Playoff history, Alabama will unlikely make the playoff after suffering it’s second loss of the season Saturday night.
The Alabama Crimson Tide debuted their new lights at Bryant-Denny Stadium Saturday night against Tennessee. The new color-changing lights were installed over the summer and are made to enhance the fan experience at home games.
Junior wideout DeVonta Smith had himself more than a day as he shattered multiple school records and tied the Southeastern Conference receiving touchdowns mark, while junior quarterback Tua Tagovailoa broke several records of his own as No. 2 Alabama beat Ole Miss, 59-31 in Bryant-Denny Stadium
UAB football is continuing to make a difference in the Birmingham area. The Blazers traded in their helmets and pads for paintbrushes and shovels to help renovate a home in Fairfield for Habitat for Humanity.