Lindsay Czarniak – born 7 November 1977 – is an American sports anchor and reporter.
After spending six years with WRC-TV (usually dubbed NBC4), the local NBC television affiliate in Washington, D.C, Czarniak joined ESPN as a SportsCenter anchor in August 2011.
She has also been a pit reporter and studio host for TNT’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series coverage and a former co-host and reporter for the syndicated The George Michael Sports Machine.
Czarniak served as a host and sportsdesk reporter for NBC Sports coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
Czarniak married WRC-TV reporter and weekend anchor Craig Melvin on October 15, 2011 in Washington. He currently works at MSNBC. Czarniak gave birth to their first son in 2014.
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