As of April 2006, Zohn hosts FC Fox on the Fox Soccer Channel.
For his combined humanitarian efforts to spread HIV education throughout Africa via soccer teams for youth and young adults, Zohn received the Courage of Conscience Award from The Peace Abbey in Sherborn, Massachusetts.
As part of the Boran tribe, Zohn did not become an immediate target in the game; he was seen as a strong player who could potentially help to win many tribal immunities.
Over the next few days, Ethan would form a long-term alliance with Lex Van den Berghe and Tom Buchanan from his Boran tribe.
But a twist in Episode Five saw both of Zohn's alliance members switch from Boran to the Samburu tribe, leaving Ethan alone with fellow Boran members Kim Johnson, Kelly Goldsmith, and Clarence Black.
Two of the new Boran members from the Samburu tribe, Teresa Cooper and Frank Garrison, had an old misunderstanding with another former Samburu member, Silas Gaither.
Survivor alum Ethan Zohn married his girlfriend, Lisa Heywood, in a traditional Jewish ceremony in Vermont Saturday, July 16, a rep for the former reality star confirms to Us Weekly.
The Massachusetts native is best known to fans as the winner of the third season of the popular reality show Survivor: Africa in 2001, and later competing competing on the all-stars edition of the series, which premiered in February 2004, right after the Super Bowl.
Ethan Zohn (born November 12, 1973), is a former American professional soccer player, and a reality television series contestant who won ,000,000 on Survivor: Africa, the third season of the reality TV series Survivor.
He also appeared on the All-Stars edition of the show.
After winning Survivor he co-founded Grassroot Soccer, which uses soccer to raise money and awareness to fight HIV/AIDS..
He donated some of his winnings from Survivor to starting Grassroot Soccer, an organization whose goal is to "mobilize the global soccer community to combat the AIDS epidemic in Africa".
Shortly after winning Survivor Africa, Ethan was hired by ESPN to serve as a sideline reporter for the US National Team's matches in the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
In 2005, Zohn began to co-host the Metro Soccer Report (later renamed MSG Soccer Report) on the MSG Network, a weekly show dedicated to New York Red Bulls (formerly Metro Stars) of Major League Soccer.