|Date of Birth||June 13, 1962 (age 51)|
|Working for||ESPN's SportsCenter|
|Children(s)||Riley Hicks, Hannah Hicks, Ellery Hicks|
|Net Worth(s)||$1.5 million|
|Name on Birth||Hannah Storen|
|Weight||56 kg (approx.)|
Hannah Storm is an American television sports journalist, serving as co-anchor of ESPN's SportsCenter Sunday morning with Bob Ley, and Monday-Thursday mornings with Kevin Negandhi. She was also host of the NBA Countdown pregame show on ABC as part of the network's NBA Sunday game coverage.
Storm was born Hannah Storen in Oak Park, Illinois, on June 13, 1962.
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. While at Notre Dame, she worked for WNDU-TV, the then-Notre Dame-owned NBC affiliate in South Bend, Indiana. After graduation, she took a job as a disc jockey at KNCN-FM (C-101) in Corpus Christi, Texas. Six months later, she got a job at a Houston rock station KSRR 97 Rock as the drive-time sportscaster. 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 also hosted Houston Astros postgame shows on television. She worked as a weekend sports anchor on WCNC TV 36 (formerly WRET) in Charlotte, NC in 1988–89. She made the leap to CNN from there.
She graduated from Westminster Schools of Atlanta in 1979 and the University of Notre Dame in 1983, with degrees in political science and communications.
Father, Mother, brother and sister
She is the daughter of sports executive Mike Storen, who was a commissioner of the American Basketball Association, general manager of that league's Indiana Pacers, Kentucky Colonels and Memphis Sounds franchises, and president of the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA. Her mother, Hannah G. Storen, is a successful real estate agent in Houston, Texas.
Career and struggle
Storm's national experience began as the first female host on CNN Sports Tonight from 1989 to 1992. She also hosted Major League Baseball Preview and reported from spring training, the playoffs, and Daytona 500. In addition, she hosted the 1990 Goodwill Games for TBS.
She then hosted The NBA on NBC from 1997 to 2002. Storm also anchored NBC Sports coverage of Wimbledon, French Open, Notre Dame football, World Figure Skating Championships, NBC SportsDesk, Men's and Women's U.S. Open (golf) and various college bowl games. Storm was also the first play-by-play announcer for the WNBA in 1997.
Storm joined ESPN on May 10, 2008. She anchors SportsCenter weekdays (except Fridays during the NFL season) from 9 am until noon and on Sunday mornings during the NFL season with Bob Ley. Her duties are to deliver highlights and to question analysts about sports topics.
On Jan 8, 1994, she married sportscaster Dan Hicks. The couple has three daughters: Riley, Ellery and Hannah.
On December 11, 2012, 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. Her fifteen year-old daughter alerted authorities of the accident. She lost her eyebrows, eyelashes and roughly half her hair.
Height, weight and age
She is 5' 9½" (1.77 m) tall.
She has a nice figure.
Net Worth, Salary and income
Hannah Storm has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars.
Award and Achievement
Hannah Received the "Celebrated Mom" Award from LifeWorx, Inc, Chappaqua, NY in May 2011.
Job and future
After receiving advanced medical care from the Burn Center at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, NY, Storm returned to the air January 1, 2013 co-hosting the Rose Parade on ABC while wearing a bandage on her left hand and sporting hair extensions, and returned to SportsCenter on January 13, 2013 to host the Sunday morning SportsCenter with Bob Ley.
She has a promising career ahead.