Cara Robinson Banks is a sports broadcaster, television anchor, and golf reporter located in the United Kingdom. She is widely recognized as the co-host of the popular Golf Channel show “Morning Drive.”
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|sports broadcaster, TV anchor, and golf reporter
|6 feet 1 inches (1.85m)
|October 6, 2017
|Beneden boarding school
|one (brother: Myles Robinson)
|two (son: Jesse Jagger Myles Banks and daughter: Antigone Jocelyn Millie Banks)
Cara Robinson Banks Biography
Born on August 7, 1985, in New York City, Cara Robinson Banks has ancestral roots in London, England. Currently 38 years old, she falls under the zodiac sign Leo. Michael and Sarah Robinson, her parents, have noteworthy connections to the sports world, with her father owning a golf organization and her mother having served as president of the British Alpine Racing Ski Clubs. Cara’s younger brother, Myles Robinson, was also a part of the family.
Both Cara and Myles attended Ashdown House Prep School before Cara moved on to Beneden boarding school later on. Unfortunately, tragedy struck the Robinson family when Myles passed away at the age of 23. Myles went missing during an annual ski trip in Wegan, Switzerland, in December 2009. His death was confirmed when his body was discovered on a steep cliff.
In honor of her late brother, Cara established a charitable trust in his name after his untimely demise.
Cara Robinson Banks Height And Weight
Cara Robinson Banks stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch and weighs 185 pounds, which is approximately 60 kilograms or 132 pounds. She possesses an appealing physique, with body measurements of 32-23-35 inches (chest-waist-hip). Additionally, both her hair and eyes are of a dark brown shade.
Cara is a renowned sportscaster, television anchor, and golf reporter, particularly known for her exceptional reporting skills on Golf Channel. Before joining Golf Channel, she worked as a reporter for Sky Sports Golfing World, where she covered major golf events. Her versatility extends beyond golf, as she has covered Wimbledon, the 2012 Summer Olympics, the World’s Strongest Man (2013), and Taste Festivals.
Over the years, Cara has showcased her expertise in various sports and events, earning her a place on NBC Sports. She has been part of significant golf coverage during her tenure, including hosting Golf Central and providing live coverage of the PGA Tour. After relocating to Orlando, she became the co-host of the Golf Channel’s ‘Morning Drive’ show, taking over from Holly Sonders. Cara gained prominence in this role but was eventually succeeded by Paige Mackenzie.
Her extensive experience also includes reporting for the 2012 London Olympics, hosting the World Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2017, and covering the Ryder Cup in 2018, held in France. Cara has been a presenter on Golf Central, delivering comprehensive coverage of golf news.
Cara Robinson Banks Net worth
As of December 2023, this esteemed journalist is believed to possess a net worth of around $1 million. Her income primarily stems from her role as a host for golf and other sporting events.
Cara Robinson Banks Husband, Marriage
Cara Banks is married to Oliver Banks. Upon marrying Oliver, she transitioned her professional and social media names from Cara Robinson to Cara Banks. The couple first met in 2010 and started dating in 2011, maintaining a relationship for almost five years. Both sharing a deep passion for sports, they discovered a common interest.
On December 23, 2016, they got engaged, and their wedding took place on October 6, 2017, at the Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club. The couple is blessed with a son named Jesse Jagger Myles Banks. Furthermore, on November 23, 2021, they welcomed a baby girl into the family, naming her Antigone Jocelyn Millie Banks. Currently, this renowned reporter is enjoying quality time with her husband and children.