Isabelle Ithurburu

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Isabelle Ithurburu

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Isabelle Ithurburu
Isabelle Ithurburu interviewe Anthony Floch MHR vs Clermont.jpg

Isabelle Ithurburu interviewing Anthony Floch at the end of a rugby match in September 2013.
Born (1983-02-24) 24 February 1983 (age 35)
Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France
Occupation Sports journalist, television presenter (Rugby union)
Years active 2009–present
Notable credit(s) Jour de rugby
Television Canal+

Isabelle Ithurburu (born 24 February 1983) is a French sports journalist and television presenter.

Life and career[edit]

Isabelle Ithurburu was born in Pau in the department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques, the daughter of a grocerystore owner of Basque origin. She participated at a beauty pageant contest and was elected Miss Pau-Béarn in 2001.

In 2005, she participated at the fifth season of Nouvelle Star and was ranked among the fifteenth final contestants who had the privilege to sing in direct, but was eliminated after the first prime of Baltard,[1][2] after having performed the song “Butterfly” from the band Superbus.

After her studies of international trade, she was hired in 2009 by the channel Infosport+ of the Canal+ Group, where she presents many sport programs like Sports Dimanche, L’Édition du Soir and La Matinale Sports.[1][2] During the 2011 Rugby World Cup, she presents Jour de Coupe du monde every weekend on Canal+.[3][4]

In February 2012, after the departure of Darren Tulett, she succeeded him to present Samedi Sport on Canal+ while continuing to present Des décodeurs on Infosport+.[1][3][4] During the season 2012–13, Isabelle Ithurburu leaves the presentation of Samedi Sport and was replaced by Nathalie Ianetta and now presents Jour de rugby. She also presents the Wimbledon Championships and a documentary titled Grand Format on Canal+ Sport.

Personal life[edit]

In 2010, Isabelle Ithurburu married Argentinian rugby player Gonzalo Quesada,[2] who then became a rugby coach. She met him while he was a player at the Section Paloise, the rugby club of Pau, the city where she comes from.

Self (6 credits)
 2016-2018 Le tube, le magazine média (TV Series)
Herself – Host

Episode dated 5 May 2018 (2018) … Herself – Host
Episode dated 28 April 2018 (2018) … Herself – Host
Episode dated 14 April 2018 (2018) … Herself – Host
Episode dated 31 March 2018 (2018) … Herself – Host
Episode dated 24 March 2018 (2018) … Herself – Host
 2013-2017 Le grand journal de Canal+ (TV Series documentary)
Herself

Episode dated 20 January 2017 (2017) … Herself
Episode dated 6 January 2017 (2017) … Herself
Episode dated 16 September 2015 (2015) … Herself
Episode dated 23 April 2015 (2015) … Herself
Episode dated 5 June 2013 (2013) … Herself
 2015 Le ce soir show (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 30 December 2015 (2015) … Herself
 2014 Salut les Terriens (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 1 March 2014 (2014) … Herself (as Sabelle Ithurburu)
 2012 La rentrée des émissions (TV Short)
Herself
 2003 Nouvelle Star (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant (2007) (as Isabelle)
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