Ryan Field
Ryan Field is the 6pm and 11pm sports anchor weeknights on Eyewitness News.

Field joined WABC-TV after spending three years working as an Anchor/Host at Fox Sports 1 in Los Angeles. There, he hosted the network's "FOX Sports Live", "MLB on FOX" and "MLB WhipAround" programs. Prior to joining FS1, Field served as a correspondent for FOX Sports Detroit, where he was a host on Pistons, Tigers and Red Wings coverage from 2003 to 2013.

Ryan started his broadcasting career in his home state of Michigan as a reporter/producer with FOX affiliate WJBK-TV in Detroit and then sports director at FOX affiliate WSYM-TV in Lansing.

Field graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in journalism. His two decades of award-winning sports coverage include recognition with seven Michigan EMMY's, including "Best Sports Anchor" in 2009 & 2012.

He currently resides in Manhattan.

It's winter - time to get out and go skiing!
Think you could last eight seconds on a wild bull? That's the goal for any professional bull rider, as they won't receive a score unless they can hang on for at least that amount of time.
The sport of badminton involves hitting the birdie over a net that stands five foot tall. Sounds simple, right? Well I took a "Field Trip" to the New York City Badminton Center in Flushing, where I found out that was anything but the case.
It's a sport that seems as old as time itself. Need proof? The earliest people known to have used bows and arrows were the ancient Egyptians, who adopted archery at least 5,000 years ago for purposes of hunting and warfare.
The boat left from North Cove Marina, and took a trip out to the Statue of Liberty, which provided breathtaking views of Manhattan and Jersey City.