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Gary Imlach (born 1960, West Bridgford) is a British author, journalist and broadcaster, specialising in sport. After first being known as a sports presenter on TV-am, Imlach has particularly become associated with non-mainstream sports, working for many years as the face of Channel 4's coverage of American Football. Imlach has covered the Tour de France since 1990, formerly on Channel 4, transferred to ITV in 2001 when the station bought the television rights to the cycle race.

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  • Gary Imlach (born 1960, West Bridgford) is a British author, journalist and broadcaster, specialising in sport. After first being known as a sports presenter on TV-am, Imlach has particularly become associated with non-mainstream sports, working for many years as the face of Channel 4's coverage of American Football. Imlach has covered the Tour de France since 1990, formerly on Channel 4, transferred to ITV in 2001 when the station bought the television rights to the cycle race.
  • Gary Imlach (born 1960, West Bridgford) is a British author, journalist and broadcaster, specialising in sport. After first being known as a sports presenter on TV-am, Imlach has particularly become associated with non-mainstream sports, working for many years as the face of Channel 4's coverage of American Football. Imlach has covered the Tour de France since 1990, formerly on Channel 4, transferring to ITV in 2001 when the station bought the television rights to the cycle race.
  • Gary Imlach (born 1960, at West Bridgford in Nottinghamshire) is a British author, journalist and broadcaster, specialising in sport. After first being known as a sports presenter on TV-am, Imlach has particularly become associated with non-mainstream sports, working for many years as the face of Channel 4's coverage of American Football. Imlach has covered the Tour de France since 1990, formerly on Channel 4, transferring to ITV in 2001 when the station bought the television rights to the cycle race.
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  • Gary Imlach (born 1960, West Bridgford) is a British author, journalist and broadcaster, specialising in sport. After first being known as a sports presenter on TV-am, Imlach has particularly become associated with non-mainstream sports, working for many years as the face of Channel 4's coverage of American Football. Imlach has covered the Tour de France since 1990, formerly on Channel 4, transferred to ITV in 2001 when the station bought the television rights to the cycle race. He has also hosted the late night sports chat show Live and Dangerous, and currently presents ITV's coverage of the Tour de France as well as their Super Bowl coverage. He also does links between programmes on the British version of ESPN Classic. In September 2010, Imlach resumed presenting duties on Channel 4's coverage of American Football, but was replaced by Danny Kelly ahead of the 2011 season. Imlach's biography of his father Stewart Imlach, My Father and Other Working Class Football Heroes, won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year (2005), and the Best New Writer of the British Sports Book Awards (2006).
  • Gary Imlach (born 1960, West Bridgford) is a British author, journalist and broadcaster, specialising in sport. After first being known as a sports presenter on TV-am, Imlach has particularly become associated with non-mainstream sports, working for many years as the face of Channel 4's coverage of American Football. Imlach has covered the Tour de France since 1990, formerly on Channel 4, transferring to ITV in 2001 when the station bought the television rights to the cycle race. He has also hosted the late night sports chat show Live and Dangerous, and currently presents ITV's coverage of the Tour de France as well as their Super Bowl coverage. He also does links between programmes on the British version of ESPN Classic. In September 2010, Imlach resumed presenting duties on Channel 4's coverage of American Football, but was replaced by Danny Kelly ahead of the 2011 season. Imlach's biography of his father Stewart Imlach, My Father and Other Working Class Football Heroes, won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year (2005), and the Best New Writer of the British Sports Book Awards (2006).
  • Gary Imlach (born 1960, West Bridgford) is a British author, journalist and broadcaster, specialising in sport. After first being known as a sports presenter on TV-am, Imlach has particularly become associated with non-mainstream sports, working for many years as the face of Channel 4's coverage of American Football. Imlach has covered the Tour de France since 1990, formerly on Channel 4, transferring to ITV in 2001 when the station bought the television rights to the cycle race. He has also hosted the late night sports chat show Live and Dangerous, and currently presents ITV's coverage of the Tour de France as well as their Super Bowl coverage. He also does links between programmes on the British version of ESPN Classic. In September 2010, Imlach resumed presenting duties on Channel 4's coverage of American Football, but was replaced by Danny Kelly ahead of the 2011 season. Imlach's biography of his father Stewart Imlach, My Father and Other Working Class Football Heroes, won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year (2005), and the Best New Writer of the British Sports Book Awards (2006). Imlach is followed by a loyal peloton of countless intellectuals, drifters, chancers and forehead aficionados. Rumours of his bastard offspring abound in every corner of the globe and Wikipedia does not have enough storage capacity to document his personal life. Following his controversial commentary of the 1990 Subbuteo World Cup Imlach had to hide out in Central America until the Russian mafia gave up on their gambling losses.
  • Gary Imlach (born 1960, at West Bridgford in Nottinghamshire) is a British author, journalist and broadcaster, specialising in sport. After first being known as a sports presenter on TV-am, Imlach has particularly become associated with non-mainstream sports, working for many years as the face of Channel 4's coverage of American Football. Imlach has covered the Tour de France since 1990, formerly on Channel 4, transferring to ITV in 2001 when the station bought the television rights to the cycle race. He has also hosted the late-night sports chat show Live and Dangerous, and currently presents ITV's coverage of the Tour de France as well as their Super Bowl coverage. He also does links between programmes on the British version of ESPN Classic. In September 2010, Imlach resumed presenting duties on Channel 4's coverage of American Football, but was replaced by Danny Kelly ahead of the 2011 season. Imlach's biography of his father Stewart Imlach, My Father and Other Working Class Football Heroes, won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year (2005), and the Best New Writer of the British Sports Book Awards (2006).
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