Terry Gannon Net Worth
Terry Gannon makes how much a year? For this question we spent 14 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.
The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2023 year – is about $3 Million.
Terry Gannon information Birth date: 1963-11-01
:How tall is Terry Gannon – 1,85m.
How much weight is Terry Gannon – 72kg
Terrance Patrick Terry Gannon (born November 1, 1963, in Joliet, Illinois), is a sportscaster for NBC Sports and The Golf Channel.Gannons work has included an extensive variety of sporting events, including college basketball, college football, figure skating, golf, the WNBA and the NBA, baseball, auto racing, horse racing, cycling and olympic rowing.
Biography,College basketballGannon began his basketball career at Joliet Catholic High School in Joliet, Illinois, (where his father was a coach) and also was a pitcher and shortstop on the baseball team. He was an All-Chicago selection in both basketball and baseball. After graduation in 1981, Gannon played college basketball at North Carolina State, where he was a member of Jim Valvanos Cardiac Pack national championship-winning team in 1983. During his four-year career, (1981–85), he was a two-time Academic All-America and NC States all-time leading free throw shooter. In 1983, he was the #1 three-point shooter in the nation. After a short basketball career in Europe, Gannon turned to broadcasting on the advice of his coach Jimmy V.Broadcasting careerGannon joined ABC Sports in 1991 as a commentator for college basketball, and has since announced for a wide variety of sporting events for the network.Gannons main tasks for ESPN/ABC when he left were play-by-play on ABCs and ESPNs NBA and WNBA coverage and serving as a tower announcer and host for Golf on ESPN.He has handled play-by-play for college basketball and college football. Gannon was an announcer on ABCs coverage of the PGA Tour and the Champions Tour. Gannon served as the studio host for ABC Sports coverage of the 2002 FIFA World Cup and has hosted WTA Professional Tennis. Gannon has hosted the Tour de France three times, the Indianapolis 500 and Belmont Stakes once, and three times called the play-by-play at the Little League World Series.On ABCs Wide World of Sports, Gannon has covered alpine skiing, ski jumping, supercross motorcycle racing, beach volleyball, mountain biking, the Special Olympics, the Goodwill Games and the Tournament of Roses Parade.In 2010, he joined The Golf Channel broadcast team.During the 2010 Winter Olympics, Gannon served as a daytime host on Universal Sports. During the 2012 Summer Olympics, he called rowing and kayak/canoe.Career timeline1987–1994: college basketball analyst for Raycom Sports and Jefferson-Pilot Sports1990–1994: announcer for the class AAA baseball team the Charlotte Knights1991–1994: play-by-play announcer for Jefferson-Pilots coverage of college baseball1991–1994: college basketball analyst for College Basketball on ABC and College Basketball on ESPN1995–2009: college basketball play-by-play for College Basketball on ABC and College Basketball on ESPN1995–1998: play-by-play, Wide World of Sports1995–2009, play-by-play, College Football on ABC1995–2008: lead play-by-play, Figure Skating on ABC1999–2013: tower announcer/host, PGA Tour on ABC and Golf on ESPN2004–2012: lead play-by-play, WNBA on ESPN2010–present: tower announcer/host, Golf Channel2010–present: lead play-by-play, Figure Skating, NBC Sports2010–2013: play-by-play, NBA on ESPN2013–present: substitute host, Golf Channel on NBCMajor Events hosted1995–1997: studio host, Tour de France on ABC.1995–1996: play-by-play, Little League World Series on ABC.1999 Little League World Series, lead-by-play for ABC.2002 FIFA World Cup on ABC, studio host.2003 FIFA Womens World Cup on ABC, studio host.2004 Indianapolis 500 on ABC, studio host.2006 Belmont Stakes, studio host for ABC.2010 Winter Olympics, Universal Sports, daytime host.2012 Summer Olympics, NBC Sports, rowing commentator.2014 Winter Olympics, NBC Sports, figure skating and short track commentator.
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