He is an editor and journalist from America, currently working for the San Francisco Bay Area edition of The Athletic, a subscription-based, sports journalism website as the editor-in-chief. Formerly, Tim worked for the San Jose Mercury News as a sports columnist.
Additionally, he maintained a blog, podcast series and communicated on Twitter to his print column. On Comcast Sports Net Bay Area, Tim also appeared regularly on TV. In 2013, the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association named him the California Sportswriter of the Year.
Tim Kawakami Age
Tim was born in Oakland, California, United States in 1966. He is around 56 years old.
Tim Kawakami Height
Tim Kawakami has an average height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx, 1.75 m).
Tim Kawakami Wife
He has not disclosed any information regarding his relationship and he decided to keep his love private. We will update the information after research.
Tim Kawakami Education
Tim Kawakami joined Northwestern University, where he started his sportswriting profession with The Daily Northwestern.
Tim Kawakami Family
Tim Kawakami was born and brought up in Oakland, California by his parents. His grandfather founded and owned a San Francisco Japanese-language newspaper, The New World-Sun. Tim has four siblings and Paul is their elder brother. His uncle wrote for The Publication too and his nationality is American. He belongs to mixed ethnicity
Tim Kawakami Salary
Tim has an annual salary of $73,654 according to The Athletic editor-in-chief’s salaries.
Tim Kawakami Net Worth
He has a net worth of about $764,543 and his career is his main source of income.
Tim Kawakami The Athletic
He is currently working for the San Francisco Bay Area edition of The Athletic, a subscription-based, sports journalism website as the editor-in-chief. Previously, he worked as a sports columnist for the San Jose Mercury News and he later left in July 2017.
At the Philadelphia Daily News, he was an intern and became their beat writer for the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1980s. In 1990, he joined the Los Angeles Times and covered the Los Angeles Rams before moving to Boxing in 1993. In 1994-95, Tim Started covering UCLA Bruins men’s basketball in their national title season while continuing to cover boxing. In 1998-99, Tim became the beat writer for the Los Angeles Lakers, covering the basketball team.