Terry Gannon

Basketball Player
Born Nov 1, 1963

Terrance Patrick "Terry" Gannon, is a sportscaster for ESPN/ABC Sports, The Golf Channel and NBC Sports. Gannon's work has included an extensive variety of sporting events, including college basketball, as well as figure skating, golf, college football, the WNBA and the Olympics.… Read More

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1963 Birth Born in 1963.


1981 18 Years Old After graduation in 1981, Gannon played college basketball at North Carolina State, where he was a member of Jim Valvano's "Cardiac Pack" national championship-winning team in 1983. … Read More


1983 20 Years Old In 1983, he was the #1 three-point shooter in the nation. … Read More
1991 28 Years Old Gannon 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. … Read More


2002 39 Years Old He has handled play-by-play for college basketball and college football. Gannon was an announcer on ABC's 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. … Read More


2010 47 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2010, he joined The Golf Channel broadcast team.
2012 49 Years Old During the 2012 Summer Olympics, he called rowing and kayak/canoe.
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