FCAW Board Member
FCA VP for Midwest Region; Wrestling Broadcaster; Former coach, USAW Administrator, Director of 1984 Olympic Games for Wrestling
Tim Johnson is entering his 30th year as the "voice" of college wrestling broadcasting for ESPN, and the Big Ten Network (BTN). During this time, Johnson has broadcast over 350 college wrestling meets. Tim, a member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, is a former USA wrestling administrator, and was also director of wrestling for the Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1984.
A native of Morning Sun, Iowa, Johnson graduated from Coe College (BA) in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 1976, and University of Northern Iowa (MA) in 1977. Johnson was a successful wrestling coach at Mount Vernon High School (Iowa), coaching several champions including four-time state champion Greg Randall.
Currently, Tim lives in Champaign, Illinois, serving as Vice President of FCA Field Ministries in the Midwest Region, plus oversees the FCAW ministry for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.