Since joining ESPN Deportes in August 2000, John Sutcliffe has distinguished himself as one of the network’s most versatile sideline reporters. He has served as a golf commentator, covering all four of the Majors: the Masters, U.S. Open, British Open and PGA Championship. He also serves as sideline reporter for Monday Night Football, a reporter for SportsCenter and as a correspondent for Mexican Soccer.
In the 2010 World Cup, Sufcliff had dual duties serving as the full-time reporter covering the Mexican National Soccer team for both ESPN (English) and ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
A Mexico City native, Sutcliffe has a vast knowledge of sports gained from many years working in various areas of sports broadcasting. Before joining ESPN, he was a correspondent for La NBA en Telemundo. Before joining Telemundo, Sutcliffe worked for Radio VIP and 88-1 FM, where he served as sports anchor for Sports Central as well as other news programs. He was also responsible for the sports division of Alfa Radio and anchored the sports program A. R. Deportes.
Sutcliffe has covered a number of international sports events as commentator, including the coverage of the Mexican selection during the World Cups 1994, 1998, 2002 and 2006; Super Bowls, and NBA games, among others. He was also an NBA columnist for the Mexican-based website EsMas.com (2000-2001), a sports manager for Telered, as well as commentator for Turner Network Television in Latin America.
Sutcliffe received a degree in business administration from Universidad Anáhuac del Norte in Mexico.
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