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“And here’s Moses Kiptanui, the 19 year old Kenyan, who turned 20 a few weeks ago.” (David Coleman)

“Its a great advantage to be able to hurdle with both legs” (David Coleman)

“We now have exactly the same situation as we had at the start of the race, only exactly the opposite.” (Murray Walker)

After playing Cameroon in the 1990 world cup finals: “We didn’t underestimate them. They were just a lot better than we thought.” (Bobby Robson)

On the difficulties of adjusting to playing football and living in Italy: “It was like being in a foreign country.” (Ian Rush)

Jimmy Hill: “Don’t sit on the fence Terry. What chance do you think Germany has of getting through? Terry Venables: “I think it’s 50-50.”

“I was in a no-win situation, so I’m glad that I won rather than lost.” (Frank Bruno)

“There’s going to be a real ding-dong when the bell goes.” (David Coleman)

“There is Brendan Foster, by himself, with 20,000 people.” (David Coleman)

“The lead car is absolutely unique, except for the one behind it which is identical.” (Murray Walker)

“I owe a lot to my parents, especially my mother and father.” (Greg Norman)

“There have been injuries and deaths in boxing, but none of them serious.” (Alan Minter)

“Watch the time. It gives you an indication of how fast they are running.” (Ron Pickering)

“Just under 10 seconds for Nigel Mansel. Call it 9.5 seconds in round numbers.” (Murray Walker)

“A brain Scan revealed that Andrew Caddick is not suffering from stress fracture of the shin.” (Jo Sheldon)

“That’s inches away from being millimetre perfect.” (Ted Lowe)

“I’ll fight Lloyd Honeyghan for nothing if the price is right.” (Marlon Starling)

“If history repeats itself, I should think we can expect the same thing again.” (Terry Venables)

“I can’t tell who’s leading. It’s either Oxford or Cambridge.” (John Snagge – Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge)

“The Queen’s Park Oval, exactly as its name suggests, is absolutely round.” (Tony Crozier)


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