Tim Daggett is an Olympic Champion in gymnastics and a 1993 NYAC Hall of Fame inductee.
Daggett was born on May 22nd, 1962 in Springfield, Massachusetts. He attended UCLA, where he competed on the University’s division one gymnastics team and also studied psychology.
Daggett was one of three UCLA Bruins to compete on the USA men’s gymnastics team at the 1984 Olympic Games, the others being Mitch Gaylord and Peter Vidmar. Together, they helped Team USA win its first Olympic gold medal in team gymnastics. Daggett, who competed in the high bar portion, earned 10 points – a perfect score – for his performance.
Later in those same games, Daggett won a bronze medal in the individual pommel horse.
Today, Daggett is the gymnastics analyst and ski jumping reporter for NBC. He has covered every Summer Olympic Games since 1992 and, beginning in 2006, he has covered the Winter Games as well. In addition to his role at NBC, Daggett also runs a gymnastics program in Massachusetts.