25 Facts About Hannah Storm


Hannah Lynn Storen Hicks was born on June 13,1962, and known professionally as Hannah Storm, is an American television sports journalist, serving as the anchor of ESPN's SportsCenter Face to Face.

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Hannah Storm was host of the NBA Countdown pregame show on ABC as part of the network's National Basketball Association Sunday game coverage.

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Hannah Storm is the play-by-play announcer on Amazon Prime Video during Thursday Night Football with Andrea Kremer.

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Hannah Storm's mother, Hannah G Storen, is a real estate broker.

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Hannah Storm graduated from The Westminster Schools, in Atlanta, Georgia, and in 1983 from the University of Notre Dame.

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Hannah Storm took her on-air name during her stint as a disc jockey for a hard rock radio station in Corpus Christi, Texas, in the early 1980s.

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Six months later, she got a job at a Houston rock station KSRR 97 Rock as the drive-time sportscaster and traffic reporter Hannah Storm stayed in Houston for four years doing a variety of radio and television jobs, including hosting the Houston Rockets halftime and postgame shows and hosted Houston Astros postgame shows on KTXH television.

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Hannah Storm worked as a weekend sports anchor on WCNC TV 36 in Charlotte, North Carolina, from 1988 to 1989.

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Hannah Storm hosted Major League Baseball Preview and reported from spring training, the playoffs, and the Daytona 500.

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Hannah Storm hosted for the Olympic Games, as well as NBA and WNBA basketball, the National Football League, figure skating and Major League Baseball.

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Hannah Storm became the first woman in American television history to act as solo host of a network's sports package when she hosted NBC Major League Baseball games from 1994 to 2000.

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Hannah Storm anchored NBC Sports coverage of Wimbledon, French Open, Notre Dame football, World Figure Skating Championships, NBC SportsDesk, Men's and Women's US Open and various college bowl games.

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Hannah Storm was the first play-by-play announcer for the WNBA in 1997.

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Hannah Storm served as co-host of the network's CBS Thanksgiving Day Parade for five years.

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Hannah Storm's duties are to deliver highlights and to question analysts about sports topics.

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Hannah Storm co-hosted the 2010 US Open, 2011 Wimbledon and the 2011 US Open.

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Hannah Storm later apologized to her via a 15-minute phone conversation.

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In June 2010, alongside fellow anchor Stuart Scott, Hannah Storm provided pregame coverage for the 2010 NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers.

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When Scott died in 2015, Hannah Storm was tasked with announcing the news on SportsCenter.

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Hannah Storm was born with a large port-wine stain birthmark under her left eye which she talks about publicly in order to raise awareness about the condition.

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Hannah Storm founded Brainstormin' Productions for the creation of educational and inspirational programming.

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In May 2011, Hannah Storm received "Celebrated Mom" award from LifeWorx, Inc, Chappaqua, New York.

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Hannah Storm has contributed extensively to several magazines, including Cosmopolitan, Nick Jr.

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On December 11,2012, Hannah Storm sustained second-degree burns to her chest and hands, and first-degree burns to her neck and face resulting from a propane-gas grill accident at her home.

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Hannah Storm lost her eyebrows, eyelashes and roughly half her hair.

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