Rick Gregg

1234 Rick GreggA native of Joliet, Rick Gregg attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale and began his radio career at WJPF in Carterville, Illinois. There, he handled morning drive news, pregame/postgame/halftime duties for Saluki football and basketball, and a whole lot of high school play by play.

Rick then moved to Chicago, where he served many stations in the midwest as a news, sports and traffic anchor before joining WBBM in the spring of 2010. Here, he’s covered all of Chicago’s major sports teams, most notably anchoring coverage of the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup win and the Cubs’ trip to the NLCS in 2015.

Rick and his wife, Jamie, reside in Romeoville. They are incredibly proud of their two children, Jacob and Lauren. You can find Rick on twitter @RickGregg.

Chicago-Area Doctor Helps 3 Runners Break Records By Using Math

WBBM’s Rick Gregg speaks with Advocate Health Care Sports Medicine Director Dr. Philip Skiba about an upcoming attempt at running a marathon in under two hours.

03/30/2017

Part One: Calculating the Impossible, 2-Hour Marathon Attempt

WBBM’s Rick Gregg speaks with Advocate Health Care Sports Medicine Director Dr. Philip Skiba about an upcoming attempt at running a marathon in under two hours.

03/28/2017

Part Two: Calculating the Impossible, 2-Hour Marathon Attempt

WBBM’s Rick Gregg speaks with Advocate Health Care Sports Medicine Director Dr. Philip Skiba about an upcoming attempt at running a marathon in under two hours.

03/28/2017

Part Three: Calculating the Impossible, 2-Hour Marathon Attempt

WBBM’s Rick Gregg speaks with Advocate Health Care Sports Medicine Director Dr. Philip Skiba about an upcoming attempt at running a marathon in under two hours.

03/28/2017

Calculating the Impossible – Using Math to Make Records Happen

WBBM’s Rick Gregg speaks with Advocate Health Care Sports Medicine Director Dr. Philip Skiba about an upcoming attempt at running a marathon in under two hours.

03/28/2017

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