Versus as a host, reporter, and/or analyst on many other events including Freeskiing, Celebrity Events, US Paintball Championships, Purina Incredible Dog Challenge, & Pro Beach Volleyball (AVP).
Worthington made his broadcasting debut on Fox as a reporter on coverage of the 1997 Sprint Bumps & Jumps competition. In 1998, Worthington returned to the Olympics in Nagano, Japan as TNT's analyst for freestyle aerials and moguls and continued the same roll for NBC in both the 2002 and 2006 Winter Olympic Games. Worthington made his first Summer Olympic debut for NBC in 2004 where he served as the lead analyst for Trampoline, and reported for Canoe, Kayak, & Rowing.
Entering his 11th year in sports commentary, Worthington is currently the lead host for CBS Sports coverage of the 48-Straight, Jeep King of the Mountain Series featuring Skiercross, Snowboardcross, Halfpipe, and Mountain Bike Racing. In addition, Worthington has worked for NBC & CBS Sports, ESPN X-Games, &
Worthington resides in Park City, Utah with his wife Trisha and their 2 daughters (Sami & Izzy), and is the President of a Park City based company called “Flying Ace Productions, Inc” An entertainment company that choreographs and produces extreme aerial shows featuring a handful of the world’s top freestyle skiers and pro snowboarders. Performances take place on trampolines and off large ramps at the Utah Olympic Park for major corporate groups (see www.flyingaceproductions.com). Flying Ace Productions also has a division called “Ski Superstars” where they line up individuals and corporate groups to ski with Olympians and other prominent athletes (see www.skisuperstars.com).
Flying Ace Productions is a company Trace started with his long time friend and Olympic Teammate Fuzz Feddersen.
Weight: 175 lb
Home Town: Park City, Utah