Adam Shadoff is a sports anchor and reporter at FOX 35. He started in June of 2015.
Adam has worked at television stations across the United States, including stops in Sarasota, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Richmond, Virginia, El Paso, Texas, and Utica, New York.
In 2002, Adam earned his Masters Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Miami. Before that, he earned his Bachelors Degree in Communications from Syracuse University.
Adam lives in Lake Nona. In his spare time, Adam gets crushed on the golf course by his wife Jodi, an LPGA Tour player. He also enjoys basketball, soccer, snow skiing (though not in Florida), the beach, watching sports, playing with his two dogs, and writing about himself in the third person.
Adan grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico and his favorite teams are the Denver Broncos, Detroit Tigers, UNM Lobos and of course the mighty Syracuse Orange.
The cornonavirus pandemic has drastically altered high school sports this spring and will likely impact fall sports as well.
After a few days of waiting for COVID-19 test results to come back, Orlando Magic players were given the green light to return to their training facility for voluntary, individual workouts.
Former UCF star Tacko Fall has spent the lockdown in Boston meeting with children's groups and charities, but he is also conditioning for play when the season resumes.
There is no firm timetable for when the MLS will allow teams to advance their training. Until then the Lions and the Pride continue individual workouts.
FOX 35's Adam Shadoff spoke with UCF Football's McKenzie Milton on whether the quarterback will return for the 2020 season.
MLS is allowing clubs to begin individual workouts at outdoor training facilities.
MLS says beginning on Wednesday, May 6, clubs will be allowed to open their outdoor training facilities.
Tom Brady is getting comfortable in Tampa, maybe too comfortable. He recently walked into the house of a stranger, mistaking the man's house for that of Coach Byron Leftwich.
The Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac is joining Orlando Commissioner Regina Hill and J.U.M.P. Ministries Global Church in partnering with the non-profit Project Life to provide breakfast and lunch to youth who would normally be fed at school.
Mental Toughness expert and former Marine Eric Rittmeyer says that collectively, not having live sports right now is having a negative effect on people.