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Lewis Johnson, serving as Master of Ceremonies at the USATF Jesse Owens Award banquet

Lewis Johnson is an American sports commentator and sports reporter.[1] He is one of the few sports broadcasters to have worked for ABC, NBC and CBS. He has also worked for Westwood One, ESPN, the Pac-12 Network and Turner Sports.

Lewis is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati.[2] The 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) Lewis placed 8th in the 800 meters at the 1987 NCAA Championships with his personal record of 1:47.00.[2]

Career history[edit]

Johnson has worked for NBC since the 2000 Summer Olympics. He has covered Notre Dame football, the NBA, and the AFL as well as nine Olympic and two Paralympic games.

He has also worked for NBCSN, the Pac-12 Network, ESPN/ABC, CBS Sports and Turner Sports as well as Westwood One.

Career timeline[edit]



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