FOX Sports Tonight with Rob Dibble & Amy Van Dyken (FOX Sports Radio)
FOX Sports Tonight features the voices of six-time Olympic Gold medalist Amy Van Dyken, and former Cincinnati Reds pitcher and two-time MLB All Star Rob Dibble. Each night, Dibble and Van Dyken shake things up as they take listeners through a recap of the day in sports and entertainment, and preview what's coming up next in this informational and entertaining show.
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FOX Sports Tonight with Rob Dibble and Amy Van Dyken
10:00 pm - 1:00 am ET: Monday - Friday
About Rob Dibble
During his seven-year MLB career, Dibble was a two-time All-Star and the 1990 NLCS "Most Valuable Player." Dibble first hit the broadcasting scene in 1998 as a baseball analyst for ESPN, largely working on "The Dan Patrick Show." He then co-hosted FSN's "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," followed by a stint as a weekend baseball analyst on FOX. Rob went on to co-host XM radio shows "First Pitch" and "The Show," and later served as co-analyst for a weekly online video segment entitled "Around the Bases" on FOXSports.com. Dibble served as FOX Sports Radio's MLB analyst for several years, and officially joined FOX Sports Radio's lineup in 2009 when he began broadcasting a weekend show for the network. He now hosts FOX Sports Radio's weeknight program, "FOX Sports Tonight" with six-time Olympic Gold Medalist Amy Van Dyken. He also hosts a weekend show with Van Dyken every Saturday from 5 - 7 p.m. ET/2 p.m. - 4 p.m. PT.
About Amy Van Dyken
At the age of six, when a doctor suggested she take up swimming to help relieve her asthma, the thought of becoming an Olympic champion was far from Amy Van Dyken's mind. However, at the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, Van Dyken won two individual medals and two team medals to become the first American woman ever to win four gold medals in a single Olympics. This feat made her the most decorated athlete male or female, of the 1996 Games. She left the Olympic Games with five career best times, four gold medals and three American Records.
As 1994's NCAA Swimmer of the Year, Amy was coming on strong toward her first Olympics and secured her position as one of the sport's best in 1995 with record-setting performances. She was named by Swimming World Magazine as the 1995 American Female Swimmer of the Year and as the 1996 Athlete of the Year by United States Swimming. She has also been awarded the title of Individual Athlete of the Year from the Women's Sports Foundation, and has been nominated for the prestigious Sullivan Award for the nation's best athlete.
Amy enhanced her distinguished repertoire of Olympic achievements by adding three Gold Medals from the 1998 World Championships in Perth, Australia. Overcoming two shoulder surgeries, Amy earned two more Gold Medals in the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia bringing her Olympic Gold Medal total to six. To cap off her extraordinary swimming career, Amy was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 2007 and the Olympic Hall of Fame on 2009.
After retiring from the sport in 2000, Amy entered broadcasting, including posts as a sideline reporter for the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos, and co-host of "Chris and Amy in the Morning" on 98.7 The Peak in Phoenix, Arizona. In 2012, Amy joined the national FOX Sports Radio Network as co-host of "FOX Sports Tonight" with MLB great Rob Dibble, while also becoming a columnist for FOXSports.com. Amy is married to NFL punter, Tom Rouen and the couple currently live with their yellow lab, Kuma in California.
About FOX Sports Radio
The outstanding coverage, attitude and personality of FOX Sports comes to life on radio daily, as the FOX Sports Radio Network brings you the very best in personality radio targeted to Men 18-49. Delivering more than just stats and box scores, FOX Sports Radio serves up sports talk from industry veterans who know what your listeners want to hear, and it's brought to you by the most-dominant sports media brand worldwide -- FOX Sports. Available to listeners on multiple platforms, including more than 400 affiliates, iHeartRadio, FOXSportsRadio.com and social media sites, the network interacts with listeners extensively, and provides relatable sports and lifestyle conversation 24/7.
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