Steve Porino Biography
Steve Porino is a journalist and sportscaster presently working for NBC Sports Group. As an ‘Inside-the-Race’ correspondent and sports commentator coverage. Including the USA Pro Challenge, Tour of California, and Tour de France. He has been part of World Championship broadcasts and NBC’s Alpine World Cup Since the year 1997. Porino also coached receiving a communications degree from the Snowbird Ski team in Utah while at the Utah University.
Steve Porino Age
Porino was born in Burke, Vt, in the United States, in 1967. Porino is 54 years old.
Steve Porino Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches/ Approx 1.75 m tall.
Steve Porino Education
Porino joined the Burke Mountain Ski Academy in Burke, Vt for his high school education. He on the U.S. Ski Team received a spot as a downhill racer and raced until 1992 for the national team later on, in 1988. Porino also coached receiving a communications degree from the Snowbird Ski team in Utah while at the Utah University from 1993- to 1996.
Steve Porino Family
Porino likes to keep his personal life away from the spotlight hence regarding his father, mother, and siblings despite being the public eye,
Steve Porino Wife
Porino is married to his loving and supportive wife Amanda. The duo has two beautiful daughters named Reece and Carly and the family resides in Ore, Bend.
Steve Porino Salary
Porino earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $ 100,000, according to NBC Sports Group anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Steve Porino Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Steve Porino Career
Porino serves for NBC Sports Group as an ‘Inside-the-Race’ correspondent and sports commentator. He has also served in Pyeong Chang during the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at NBC Olympics. As the alpine skiing reporter and his fifth Olympic assignment. The team received a spot as a downhill racer and raced until 1992 for the national team.
Porino since the 2002 Salt Lake Games has been a member of the NBC Olympic team and since 1997 Steve has been a part of all World Championship broadcasts and NBC’s Alpine World Cup besides cycling. Since the Outdoor Life Network (now NBCSN), he has been the voice of alpine skiing. Porino along with other Olympic sports at Universal Sports Network proceeds with his full-time coverage of World Cup skiing.