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Olympics on CBS commentators

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Olympics on CBS commentators

Contents

  • Hosts 1
  • By event 2
    • 1960 Winter Olympics 2.1
    • 1992 Winter Olympics 2.2
    • 1994 Winter Olympics 2.3
    • 1998 Winter Olympics 2.4
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Hosts

Year Prime-Time Host Daytime Host(s) Late-Night Host(s) Cable Host(s)
1960 Winter Walter Cronkite
1992 Winter Tim McCarver and Paula Zahn[1] Greg Gumbel[2] and Jim Nantz[3] Pat O'Brien Fred Hickman Nick Charles (for TNT)
1994 Winter Greg Gumbel[2] Jim Nantz[3] Pat O'Brien Jim Lampley (for TNT)
1998 Winter Jim Nantz[3] Mark McEwen and Jane Robelot Michele Tafoya and Al Trautwig Jim Lampley (for TNT)

By event

1960 Winter Olympics

Event Play-by-play announcers Color commentators Reporters
Skiiing Chris Schenkel Andrea Mead Lawrence and Giancarlo Rossini
Biathlon Chris Schenkel
Figure Skating Dick Button
Hockey Bud Palmer
Ski Jumping Chris Schenkel Art Devlin
Features Harry Reasoner

1992 Winter Olympics

Event Play-by-play announcers Color commentators Reporters
Skiing Tim Ryan Christin Cooper Mary Carillo and Cindy Nelson
Freestyle Greg Lewis Steven Smalley
Men's Skiing Brad Nessler Hank Kashiwa and Billy Kidd
Bobsled Sean McDonough John Morgan Lesley Visser
Figure Skating Verne Lundquist Scott Hamilton Tracy Wilson
Hockey[4] Mike Emrick[5] John Davidson and Mike Eruzione
Luge Sean McDonough John Fee
Skijumping Phil Liggett Jeff Hastings
Shorttrack Speed Skating Ken Squier
Cross Country Al Trautwig
Speed Skating Dick Stockton Eric Heiden Michael Barkann

1994 Winter Olympics

Event Play-by-play announcers Color commentators Reporters
Skiing Tim Ryan Christin Cooper and Andy Mill
Freestyle James Brown Park Smalley
Nordic Combined Phil Liggett Jeff Hastings
Bobsled Sean McDonough John Morgan
Figure Skating Verne Lundquist Scott Hamilton and Tracy Wilson
Hockey Mike Emrick John Davidson
Luge Sean McDonough Bonny Warner
Skijumping Phil Liggett Jeff Hastings
Shorttrack Speed Skating Ken Squier Paul Wylie
Cross Country Al Trautwig Paul Robbins
Biathlon Al Trautwig Lyle Nelson
Speed Skating Dick Stockton Eric Heiden

1998 Winter Olympics

Event Play-by-play announcers Color commentators Reporters
Skiing Tim Ryan Christin Cooper and Hank Kashiwa Mary Carillo and Ken Read
Freestyle Ted Robinson Park Smalley Lisa Kennedy Montgomery
Bobsled Gus Johnson John Morgan Craig James
Figure Skating Verne Lundquist Scott Hamilton and Tracy Wilson Ekaterina Gordeeva
Hockey Sean McDonough John Davidson and Mike Eruzione Darren Pang
Luge Gus Johnson Bonny Warner
Skijumping Al Trautwig Jeff Hastings
Snowboarding Jim Rippey Steve Podborski Lisa Kennedy Montgomery
Shorttrack Speed Skating Ted Robinson Randy Bartz
Cross Country Al Trautwig Paul Robbins
Speed Skating Gary Thorne Dan Jansen
Features Jose Diaz-Balart

References

  1. ^ CHRONICLE
  2. ^ a b Greg Gumbel
  3. ^ a b c Jim Nantz
  4. ^ Article: A LOOK AT THE OLYMPIC ANNOUNCERS
  5. ^ Emrick handled hockey play-by-play duties for CBS at Albertville in 1992 and on CBS and TNT at Lillehammer in 1994 and Nagano in 1998.

External links

  • InBaseline
    • 1992 Winter Olympics
    • 1994 Winter Olympics
    • 1998 Winter Olympics
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