Paul Dickenson

Paul is one of the best-known voices in Sport. He has been a leading commentator on track and field for over 20 years, as well as contributing to a host of other programmes. He has worked on every Olympic Games since 1988 covering Athletics and many other summer and winter sports.

Pauls broadcasting portfolio includes World Cup Rugby, World’s Strongest Man, Superstars, Blue Peter, The Lord Mayor’s Show and the Teaching Awards.

The first big event Paul covered was the World Athletics Championships in Rome in 1987. Since then he has attended every major games and championship for track and field athletics, as well as four Winter Olympics, the Paralympics and other national and international sporting events as a commentator.

Paul competed as an athlete for 10 years and was a British and Commonwealth record holder for the hammer. He competed in the 1976 and 1980 Olympics, and was also captain of the Great Britain and England athletics teams. He also chaired the International Athlete’s Club during the 1980’s and was a National Athletics Coach.

Paul is still actively involved with coaching and now combines his television work with Media and Presentation Skills Training and Facilitation within the corporate sector. He was appointed Governor of SportsAid in 2003 and Director of the Youth Sport Trust in 2007.


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