Justin Felder joined the FOX 5 Sports team in June 2015. Since his arrival in “The Bunker,” Justin has covered the Falcons playing in the Super Bowl, Georgia football in the Rose Bowl, the Braves returning to the playoffs and Atlanta United’s MLS Cup run, among other events big and small.
Justin won two Southeast Regional Emmys in 2017, one for best sports reporter and the other for his work on FOX 5's high school football show, High 5 Sports.
Before joining FOX 5, Justin worked at FOX 11 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where he covered a Super Bowl, two Final Fours and a wide range of other sports from curling to ice fishing. He won awards for sports reporting from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association and the Associated Press. Prior to working in Green Bay, Justin was part of the team that launched WMBF News, the NBC affiliate in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Justin is originally from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and graduated from the University of Florida (he promises to get along with all Georgia fans). In his free time, Justin enjoys traveling, playing guitar, cooking, and working out.
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It's about as serious as you can take social distancing.
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The Dutchtown boys basketball team made school history, winning their first ever state title Friday night in Macon. The Bulldogs topped Cedar Shoals High School 57-44 in the Class 5A state title game.