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He traveled the country as a host and reporter for The Travel Channel, HGTV and the DIY Network (2000-04).
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is the co-anchor of CBS's "The Early Show." Chris Wragge also serves as co-anchor of CBS 2 News at p.m. At the network, he served as a sideline reporter for the NBA, a studio host of "Sun America Sportsdesk" and, most notably, a reporter for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, where he joined hosts Katie Couric, Bob Costas and Jim Mc Kay on the Opening Ceremony broadcast.
Chris attended the Mahwah High School located in Mahwah, New Jersey. He then went on to join University of the New Hampshire after earning a football scholarship there.
He had also worked as a reporter for the NBC Sports which also includes NBA, WMBA, The Gator Ball, The Sun America Sports desk, Notre Dame Football as well as the Olympics.
After that, became an anchor for nightly sportscasts on the WVIT-TV which is an affiliate of NBC in Hartford, Connecticut.
In that role, he has covered many important stories, including President Gerald R. Wragge's duties also extended to CBS Sports, where he was one of the hosts of the "AT&T Sportsdesk." Prior to joining CBS, Wragge served as the sports director for KPRC-TV Houston, the NBC affiliate, and as a reporter for NBC Sports (2000-04).
There, he made his first television appearance as a part of 48 Hours expose on the NBA Spring Break 1991.
Wragge earned the Three Varsity Letters and got graduated with bachelor of arts degree in the communications a year earlier for pursuing his career in professional sports casting. He then joined the WMUR-TV located in Manchester, New Hampshire and served as a sports reporter.