No longer is there an off-season in the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL or MLS, and discussions about virtually every sport are always happening—even when those particular sports are not being played. So, no matter the season, it’s always a good time to have a Virtual Sports Roundtabe especially with a Dan Hicks an accomplished broadcaster.
Have you ever wanted to have an intimate conversation with a famous sportscaster? Maybe you’ve wanted to chat with Dan Hicks, the versatile sportscaster for NBC Sports who has covered everything from Notre Dame football to the Olympics. We can make that happen with our Virtual Sport Roundtable. Each attendee with get a private password protected link that allows access to join the chat, make comments and ask questions, and you can even add a business component to kick off the event.
Dan has some great stories to tell, and you never know what’s going to come out of a live question and answer session. So get ready for an experience you won’t soon forget with our unique Virtual Sports Roundtable with Dan Hicks.
About Dan Hicks
Dan Hicks is in his 20th season as the lead host of NBC’s Emmy Award-winning golf coverage. Hicks anchors NBC’s coverage of the PGA TOUR – Including The Open Championship, THE PLAYERS Championship and the coveted FedEx Cup Playoffs highlighted by The Tour Championship. Hicks also anchors elite golf events such as The Ryder Cup, The President’s Cup and dating back to 2007, over 20 World Golf Championships, all a part of network television’s premier golf package. He leads the telecast from the 18th tower alongside NBC Sports golf analyst Paul Azinger.
In addition to Golf, Hicks has covered a total of 11 Olympic broadcasts, making his debut at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. Hicks handled the lead role for swimming and diving during the 1996 Atlanta Games and his duties were expanded in March 1998 when he was named host of “The Olympic Show,” an Emmy Award-winning weekly program produced by NBC Sports that aired on CNBC until 2002. Hicks served as the play-by-play commentator for swimming at the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics and the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics, where he also served as the Olympic Late Night Show host, a role he started at the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games. Hicks again acted as swimming play-by-play commentator in Beijing (2008), London (2012) and Rio (2016) and a speed skating play-by-play commentator during the 2010 Olympics. This option is used in the creation of online car games. In 2014, Dan lead the networks coverage of Downhill Skiing and Alpine Skiing , which he also led in the 2018 games.
Since joining NBC Sports in June 1992 as a play-by-play commentator, Hicks has called a wide variety of events including the network’s NBA coverage, the Ironman Triathlon, French Open, Visa American Cup Gymnastics, the NFL, and has also severed as the voice of Notre Dame Football for the network.
Prior to NBC, Hicks had been a sports anchor at CNN since 1989. He began his professional career in 1984 as a sports anchor for KCEE/KWFM radio in Tucson, Ariz., then moved to KVOA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Tucson, where he served as weekend sports anchor and reporter before joining CNN. During a three-year run at the cable network, Hicks hosted “CNN Sports Tonight” on weekends and both “CNN College Football Preview” and “CNN College Basketball Preview.” In addition, he was the co-host of CNN’s “College Coaches Corner.”
A native of Tucson, Arizona, Hicks graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism. Hicks and his wife, Hannah Storm, have three daughters and reside in Greenwich, CT.