Originally from Denver, Curt graduated in 1986 from Metro State College with a degree in sports communication. Since graduating, he's worked for eight different TV stations.
Curt also worked a season in media relations with the Denver Broncos football club during John Elway's third year. He spent six years anchoring and reporting in San Diego.
Curt has won several awards, including two Emmys for his work at ABC7.
Curt is an avid runner and he's competed in several marathons. He has also finished several Ironman Triathlons. His motivation to finish the 140-mile endurance event was to raise $5,000 for the Challenged Athletes Foundation. Curt also won an Emmy for his three-part series on the California Ironman.
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Attn: Curt Sandoval
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
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