"David Robert Coleman", Order of the British Empire/OBE was an England/English Sportscaster/sports commentator and TV presenter who worked for the BBC for over 40 years. He covered eleven Summer Olympic Games from 1960 to 2000 and six football FIFA World Cup/World Cups.

Coleman presented some of the BBC's leading sporting programmes, including Grandstand (BBC)/Grandstand and Sportsnight, and was the host of A Question of Sport for 18 years. He retired from the BBC in 2000. Later that year he became the first broadcaster to receive the Olympic Order award, in recognition of his contribution to the Olympic movement.

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I think we're lacking news generally today. There hasn't been any fresh news for investors today. Equities have had a good run recently...(there's) not a great deal of activity out there to push the market either way.

The Bank of England doesn't appear to have been setting policy according to the monthly figures.

He is accelerating all the time. That last lap was run in 64 seconds and the one before in 62.

And there goes Juantorena down the back straight, opening his legs and showing his class.

It will be a sounding board for a lot of officials to make speeches but I'm not convinced that we're going to see a lot of direction for the market from those meetings.

I give them a plan of action and encourage them to try for the relationship in life they really want.

The Republic-of-China - back in the Olympic Games for the first time.

We estimate, and this isn't an estimation, that Greta Waitz is 80 seconds behind.

Europe has a much greater banking sector exposure to Brazil than the U.S..