Carolyn Manno is host of NBCSN’s NASCAR America, and among her wide-ranging NBC Sports Group assignments, she has served as a reporter for NBC’s Football Night In America and Triple Crown horse racing, and an anchor for NBC’s Sports Update Desk.
Manno joined NBC Sports Group in August 2009, and has quickly become one of NBC Sports Group’s most versatile reporters, anchors and hosts. In 2013, Manno joined NBC and NBCSN full time as a reporter and anchor.
Carolyn Manno returned to NBC Olympics for the fourth time in Pyeongchang, handling late night and morning hosting duties on NBCSN. Manno made her hosting debut in Rio, and previously served as a freestyle skiing reporter at the 2014 Sochi Games, and was a Sportsdesk reporter at the 2012 London Olympics. Manno also serves as host of the 2018 PyeongChang Paralympics, and worked as a studio host during the 2016 Rio Paralympics and the 2014 Sochi Paralympics.
Manno has served as a reporter for NBC’s Super Bowl XLIX, Triple Crown horse racing, college football, college basketball, cycling, and the Dew Tour coverage.
Prior to her assignments with NBC and NBCSN, Manno was an anchor/reporter for Comcast SportsNet New England, and was a contributor to CSNNE.com. While in Boston, Manno covered Super Bowl, Stanley Cup and NBA Finals appearances by the New England Patriots, the Boston Bruins, and the Boston Celtics, respectively.
Manno spent three years in South Bend, Ind., where she covered the Notre Dame Fighting Irish; the Chicago Bears, Cubs and White Sox; the Indianapolis Colts; and the Indy 500. While there, she earned multiple first place awards from the Associated Press including an Edward R. Murrow Award for Sports Journalism and an Indiana Spectrum Award for journalistic excellence.
Manno is a Florida native, and a graduate of the University of Florida.