Romi Bean Biography
Romi Bean is an American journalist who was born on January 20th, 1987 in South Africa. She then moved to Colorado when she was 2 years old with her family.
She was brought up in the company of her 4 elder brothers. She attended the University of Colorado, Leeds School of Business. She has worked in numismatics, real estate, sales, and marketing — but writing and journalism have always been her passion.
Romi Bean Age
She was born on January 20th, 1987 in South Africa. She is 32 years old as of 2019.
Romi Bean Husband
She is in a relationship with Jonathan Leines, a regional sales specialist at Osiris Therapeutics at Denver Area.
Romi Bean Net Worth
Her estimated net worth is still under review.
Romi Bean Career | Romi Bean CBS 4 | Romi Bean KCNC-TV
She started as an intern at a radio station but ended up being hired as a producer and got her on-air opportunities. She then got an opportunity to cover the Broncos on CBS 4 This Morning.
This was before she joined KCNC. She used the experience she earned to learn as much as she could about anchoring sportscasts, writing stories, reporting and meeting people in the community. After 2 years of hard work and dedication, she became a full-time sports anchor at CBS4.
Here are some facts about her;
Position: Sports Anchor
Year Hired: 2018
Alma Mater: University of Colorado
Role model: My parents
The job you would never attempt: Anything related to spiders and snakes (arachnologist… herpetologist… no-thanks-biologist)
Star sign: Aquarius
Hidden talent: Comedian (I think I’m funny … still to be confirmed by others)
Hometown: Johannesburg, South Africa
Hobbies: Yoga, skiing, watching live sports, attempting to make people laugh
Favorite food: Sushi
The number of siblings: Four older brothers (hence my love for sports!)
What one word best describes CBS4: Teamwork
Least favorite household chore: Folding laundry
Favorite word: Plethora (not sure why, but I’ve always loved that word)
Least favorite word: Can’t
Favorite noise: Laughter
Favorite music: Everything – I have a very eclectic taste in music
What keeps you in Colorado? Family, friends, and over 300 days of sunshine per year!
What’s the biggest risk you’ve taken? Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, without training … booked our flights a month beforehand
Bean Breaks Down The Broncos Preseason Win
Article by Romi
Nuggets Reflect On Missed Opportunities In Game 7 Against Trail Blazers
After the Nuggets ended a six-year playoff drought and earned home-court advantage as the second seed in the Western Conference, Sunday’s Game 7 loss is a devastating end to what was an incredible season.
“It’s going to hurt for a while, especially we worked so hard to get home court. And in the game when we need it most, we can’t pull it off. Hopefully, we build and learn from it, have a better season next year.”
Game 7 will be remembered most for all the missed opportunities.
“I didn’t have the game I was supposed to have,” Murray said of his night, in which he shot 4-of-18 from the field.
And the scorching hot start that ended up being the Nuggets undoing …
“It’s a fight. We threw the first punch, they hit back, it’s frustrating,” Murray said.
“I was trying to calm everyone down, sometimes you get too high. I think we started off really high and can’t maintain that. Especially in a playoff series like this, emotions are going to be high. You may need that energy down the stretch, and I don’t think we had that. Just didn’t have it for whatever reason,” Paul Millsap said.
But at the end of the day, every teams’ season, except for one, ends in disappointment. While the nuggets are extremely disappointed with how things ended, they know this is only the beginning.
“We proved we’re a contender, going to two game sevens. We should leave the arena with our heads high because we accomplished a lot this season,” Torrey Craig said.
“Tonight is the end of the season, but I’m not going to let this loss take away from a magical year,” head coach Michael Malone said.