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Sports Reporter — The Guardian
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Football Weekly podcaster, Talksport sidekick, would also trip if collecting an Oscar.

Sir Bradley Wiggins: Chris Froome can emulate Tour and Olympic double

theguardian.com — Sir Bradley Wiggins has said that Chris Froome can emulate his 2012 Tour De France and Olympic time-trial double but thinks it may be more difficult for his Team GB team-mate and former Sky lieutenant because the Games are being held in Rio.

Why Olympians shine under the spotlight

theguardian.com — When you're more used to the business of soliciting snatched pre- or post-match banalities from young multimillionaire footballers who often display a commendable lack of interest in speaking to you, the job of getting Olympians to shut up can make for a pleasant and heartwarming change.

Tour de France 2016: stage 19 - live!

theguardian.com — Rolling report: Time is running out for Chris Froome's GC rivals, with just two stages before Sunday's run into Paris. Can anyone put him under pressure? Join Barry Glendenning to find out

Tour de France: stage 18 time trial - live!

theguardian.com — Rolling report: Will Chris Froome win the individual time trial to strengthen his hold on the yellow jersey? Find out with Barry Glendenning

Tour de France 2016: stage 14 - live!

theguardian.com — Rolling report: Follow Barry Glendenning's live updates as the Tour heads from Montélimar to Villars-les-Dombes on a stage for the sprinters

Sky bring Open coverage into new age but ad-breaks hamper

irishtimes.com — Those of us up in time to catch the first of the 53 much-heralded hours of Open golf being broadcast live on Sky Sports were rewarded with some early amusement. The initial comic relief - the kind of thing that's funny because it's happened to somebody else - was provided by Colin Montgomerie.

Sky coverage of the Open relies more on gizmos than showing the greats

theguardian.com — Those of us up in time to catch the first of the 53 much-heralded hours of Open golf being broadcast live on Sky Sports were rewarded with some early amusement. The initial comic relief - the kind of thing that's funny because it's happened to somebody else - was provided by Colin Montgomerie.

Tour de France 2016: stage 11 - live!

Germany finally get the beating of Italy … just - Euro 2016 Football Daily

Wales v Belgium: Euro 2016 quarter-final - live!

theguardian.com — Minute-by-minute report: Will Gareth Bale inspire a famous Welsh victory against heavily-fancied Belgium? Join Barry Glendenning to find out
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Jul 28, 2016

@maxrushden Is it the tan? The accent? The showmanship? The power? I can be more like Phil Brown if you let me ...

Jul 28, 2016

@NickMiller79 Irks me too, although not as much as insertion of superfluous 's' in "Suit(s) you, sir" headlines, which sends me into a rage

Jul 27, 2016

@TheFunkeyGibbon The last bet of any kind I had was on a Euro 2016 game.

Jul 27, 2016

@EwanMacKenna It's only frustrating if you let it be. This faux agonising and hand-wringing is tedious. Sort it out or don't.

Jul 27, 2016

@EwanMacKenna I'll just fawn and ask athletes what their favourite colour is. Will leave the Big Boy journalism to you. ;-)


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