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Friday, April 14, 2006

Dan Hicks (sportscaster)

Dan Hicks (born in Tucson) is an American sportscaster for NBC. His primary duties for the network include play-by-play commentary for golf, but he also does occasional play-by-play commentary for coverage of the Arena Football League, and University of Notre Dame du Lac American football. He is also the primary for the networks sports updates every weekend. During the Olympic Games, Hicks was the late-night show anchorman for NBC during the events second week. He was also the networks host for the Olympics closing ceremony. During the Summer Olympics, Hicks is the stroke-by-stroke announcer for swimming, and he is the play-by-play announcer for speed skating for the Winter Olympics. At the 2000 Summer Olympics, Hicks called diving. He also hosted the former CNBC show, The Olympic Show. His biggest job before joining NBC was as a sports reporter adobe acrobat free downloadfor CNN, where he met his wife, Hannah Storm, who is co-anchor on CBS The Early Show.

Hicks color commentators

The colour commentator Hicks works with are champions in their own right. For golf, Hicks works with former U.S. Open (golf) and British Open champion Johnny Miller. On the womens events Hicks does, hell work with former LPGA great Dottie Pepper, although at the U.S. Open (golf), Hicks works with both Miller and Pepper. When he does Olympic speed skating, Hicks is paired adobe acrobatwith 1994 Winter Olympics gold medalist Dan Jansen, and is paired with Rowdy Gaines for swimming. Gaines won three gold medals at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. For Olympic diving in 2000, Hicks worked with former Olympic bronze medalist Cynthia acrobat readerPotter. His co-host for the last two Olympic Closing Ceremonies (the 2002 free acrobat readerWinter Olympics and the 2004 Summer Olympics) was former tennis player and now-renowned broadcaster Mary Carillo. Hicks and Carillo have gained critical acclaim for those Closing Ceremonies. They were the networks 3rd different team up in the past 4 Olympics NBC had covered up to 2002 to do the Closing Ceremony. At the 1992 Summer Olympics acrobat downloadin Barcelona, Bob Costas faruqlg62anchored studio coverage, while Dick Enberg anchored from the stadium itself. At the 1996 Summer Olympics in dorotheeqo87Atlanta, Costas and Enberg hosted the ceremony from the stadium together. At the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Costas and Al Trautwig anchored Closing adobe acrobat readerCeremonies coverage from Stadium Australia.


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