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Hubert Mizell has one of America's deepest, most spectacular resumes as a sports journalist. For more than 40 years, he wrote for large newspapers including the St. Petersburg Times and also served as a featured analyst for Associated Press based in Miami and New York.
Born in Georgia, he was raised in Jacksonville. Hubert's list of assignments has been stunning, including 10 Olympics, 32 Super Bowls, 25 baseball World Series, 30 NCAA basketball Final Fours, 9 Wimbledon tennis championships, 22 Kentucky Derbies, 23 Daytona 500s, 25 different college football bowls and 40 Masters plus 50 other major golf championships.
He was named national sports columnist of the year in 1982 from amongAmerica's largest newspapers and eight times was voted Florida Sports Writers of the Year. Mizell is a member of the College Basketball Writers Hall of Fame.
Hubert has interviewed a majority of the world's prominent athletic figures of the past half century. His most unforgettable events were the 1972 Munich Olympics, where modern terrorism was born; the Miracle on Ice hockey game at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics; and the 1989 World Series that was interrupted by a 7.0 earthquake in San Francisco.
Hubert and wife Marcy have been married since 1965. In 2004, they moved to Gainesville. He continues to do national radio and TV appearances as well as the Mizell Minute, a twice weekly commentary on WCJB-TV 20 news.