Chris Vannini Biography
Chris Vannini is a prominent American journalist currently working for The Athletic as a national college football writer since 2017. Before, Vannini served at MLB.com as a freelancer/associate reporter where he covered the Detroit Tigers or road team from 2012 through 2016 as a freelancer periodically, writing pregame notes and game stories. Before that, Chris worked at CoachingSearch.com as a managing editor.
Chris Vannini Age
Chris was born in the United States in 1989. He is 34 years old.
Chris Vannini Height
Vannini stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx1.7 m).
Chris Vannini Education
He attended and graduated from Seaholm High School in 2007. Later on, Chris joined the University of Michigan States and graduated earning a bachelor of arts in journalism and public relations in 2011.
Chris Vannini Family
Chris was born to his caring and loving parents in the United States. Vannini belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Chris Vannini Wife
Chris is happily married to his pretty wife Gabi Vannini who is a dog trainer.
Chris Vannini Salary
Chris’ average salary is $ 67,216 per year. This is according to The Athletic News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Chris Vannini Net Worth
Vannini has an approximate net worth of $8 million.
Chris Vannini Career
Chris has been a national college football writer for The Athletic since 2017, covering the most and the biggest stories overlooked stories and people in the sports while breaking news in the process. He has hosted for The Athletic a Michigan State podcast and now co-hosts the Getting Over Wrestling Podcast on the side.
To offer expertise on the news of college sports, Vannini has made appearances on The Paul Finebaum Show, MSNBC, Cheddar TV, SiriusXM radio as well as other national news outlets. Before, Chris served as the managing editor of, writing, and planning daily topics in college football and covering breaking news for the nation’s No. 1 site on coaching transactions on coaching news for five years.
Chris also produced and hosted a Michigan State sports podcast for SB Nation following his time there as a site managing editor. Other stops in his career include the Detroit Free Press, The Oakland Press, MLive.com,, 247Sports, and more.