Terry Gannon

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Terrance Patrick "Terry" Gannon (born November 1, 1963, in Joliet, Illinois), is an American sportscaster. He works for ESPN/ABC Sports, The Golf Channel and NBC Sports. Gannon's work has included many different sporting events. These include college basketball, figure skating, golf, college football, the WNBA, the NBA, and the Olympics. In 1983, Gannon was a member of the North Carolina State University basketball team which won the national championship. He is the leading 3-point shoot in the history of NC State and lead the country in 3-point shots in 1983[1]

Sports covered[change | change source]

Sport Covered network(s) position
Baseball Charlotte Knights play-by-play
College Baseball Jefferson-Pilot, Prime
Little League World Series ABC
Football College Football ABC, ESPN
Basketball College Basketball ABC, ESPN
Association football World Cup ABC, ESPN Host
Golf PGA Tour ABC Play-by-Play
ESPN, Golf Channel
Various Cycling ABC Host
Wide World of Sports ABC
Thoroughbred Racing ABC/ESPN
Tennis ESPN
Indy Racing ABC
Olympics NBC
Figure skating NBC
College Rugby NBC

References[change | change source]

  1. "Terry Gannon | NBC Sports Group Pressbox". Retrieved 25 October 2012.