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Martin Gillingham In his youth he wore a Great Britain vest and chased the great Edwin Moses around the track in the 400m hurdles at both an Olympic Games and World Championships. These days, he commentates on rugby union and has been a member of ITV’s team at the last three Rugby World Cups. He earned recognition at a major television awards ceremony for his commentary on Japan’s last-minute try to beat the Springboks at Brighton in 2015.

Martin Gillingham

France plot road to success by heeding errors of the past

France's renaissance has seen them thrust into the unfamiliar role as Six Nations tournament favourite but their sights are on an …

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If it ain't broke, don't fix it

Rugby is on a sticky wicket if the World 12s want to emulate cricket’s IPL

Martin Gillingham

The civil strife that shadows the Lions tour

Looting and Covid have South Africa teetering on the brink but the country has been faced with catastrophe before

Martin Gillingham

Holding the fort

Leinster will have their work cut out to storm La Rochelle's barricades in the Champions Cup

Martin Gillingham

The final journey

Why South Africa's 2019 World Cup victory resonated more deeply than the 1995 and 2007 triumphs.

Martin Gillingham

Rough Diamond

'Dimes' can flip at any moment, but Sale's director of rugby is still top-dollar entertainment