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Dave Hunter

Dave HunterDave Hunter is a track & field journalist, announcer, and broadcaster.  Dave reports on the premier track & field gatherings around the globe, frequently serves as an arena or stadium announcer for championship events, and has undertaken foreign and domestic broadcast assignments in the sport.

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Clarity, engagement, enthusiasm, and track & field knowledge are a few of the many outstanding skills Dave brings to events. As important is his team spirit and collegiality, so sincerely appreciated by our experienced Armory announcers. We see in Dave a real winner and one who shares the view that modern track & field, at all levels, is one of America’s most exciting sports. It is not surprising that he has been invited to join our announcing staff and will be able to continue his first class coverage at some of the Armory’s most important track & field meets.

The Late Norbert W. Sander, Jr., M.D,
President, The Armory Foundation,
New York, New York


 

David Hunter is…a leading voice in the track and field community.

Craig Masback,
Nike executive,
former CEO of USA Track & Field,
and 3:52.02 miler


 

I read your essay on Molly Huddle. I must say that you captured the soul and spirit of Molly. Your article is one of the most accurate and interesting that I have seen. She is gifted with an inner strength and determination that only a parent can really know. You have captured it. Thanks."

Bob Huddle,
Father of two-time Olympian and American record holder Molly Huddle


 

During the past several years we have worked with Dave who has served as our announcer at several of our indoor meets as well as the Jesse Owens Track & Field Classic. In addition to his passion for and knowledge about our sport, Dave thoroughly prepares for our meets and offers knowledgeable insights on the histories and recent performances of the athletes competing in our hosted events. Dave is our "go to" guy for track & field announcing here at The Ohio State University."

Karen Dennis,
Director of Track & Field and Cross Country,
The Ohio State University
 


 

It takes a special breed who can pick up a microphone, make athletes feel welcome, and, at the same time, provide accurate and important information to the public.  Dave Hunter is one of a handful of pros nationally who can deliver the message effortlessly and with fun and excitement in his voice!  I’ve worked side by side with Dave.  He is the perfect choice for your track meet, road race, or running event – for color and play by play."

Creigh Kelley,
nationally-renowned track & field, marathon, and road racing announcer and emcee
 


 

Thorough, advanced preparation is a hallmark of Dave’s announcing. Dave is knowledgeable about track & field and his passion for the sport shines through in his announcing. We have worked with Dave several times over the past few years for track & field announcing both indoors and outdoors. We are most pleased with the knowledge and passion he brings to his announcing"

Dennis Mitchell,
Head Coach, Track & Field
University of Akron


 

Working alongside Dave, I know he’s a sportswriter who understands track & field and he’s an experienced runner.  What you hear when he announces events is not just a clear voice, it’s the report of a knowledgeable commentator. "

Mike Rauh,
track & field announcer,
New York City

 


 

Looking for an announcer? Add David Hunter to your “must have on board” list.  With enthusiasm and track and field knowledge, David is the consummate professional."

Ian Brooks,
track & field announcer,
New York City


 

Dave Hunter...is one of our sport's finest track announcers."

Larry Eder
Publishing Director, Fortius Media Group, LLC
Group Publisher, Running Network, LLC
San Jose, California


 

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