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Craig B. Hummer (born in Akron, Ohio) is an American sportscaster known for his work on Versus (formerly OLN). He has covered the Tour de France since 2005, first as an interviewer  and then in 2008 as an anchor alongside Bob Roll. Hummer is a former competitive ocean swimmer and lifeguard, winning titles and competing for NCAA Division III Kenyon College on an academic scholarship.
Since joining OLN/Versus, he has called many events, including Professional Bull Riders, the Tour de France, the 2007 America's Cup, and in 2003 was part of a film crew following athletes climbing Mount Everest. He has been a commentator as well for mixed martial arts, calling UFC 55 on pay-per-view. He has also been used as an interviewer by the UFC and WEC. Hummer was part of NBC Sports' broadcast team for the 2008 Summer Olympics, calling marathon swimming, synchronized swimming, whitewater canoeing, triathlon, and road and track cycling.
Hummer is married with three daughters.
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