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Kevin Garside

Kevin is i’s award-winning chief sports correspondent who has reported from the biggest sporting events in the world, including the Olympic Games, World Cups in football, cricket and rugby, all four majors in tennis and golf, the Ryder Cup, world title fights in New York and Las Vegas and Formula One across the globe. He was specialist correspondent of the year in 2007 for his work as the Telegraph’s Formula One correspondent before assuming the post of Telegraph chief sportswriter. Kevin left the Telegraph to join sports management company ISM as head of media and communications, returning to Fleet Street at the Independent, from where he joined i. He has collaborated on two books, both autobiographies with boxer Amir Khan and ex-Celtic and Manchester United footballer Lou Macari. You can follow him on Twitter @GARSIDEK

Article thumbnail: NORTHAMPTON, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 9: Lando Norris of Great Britain and McLaren celebrates on the podium during the F1 Grand Prix of Great Britain at Silverstone Circuit on July 9, 2023 in Northampton, United Kingdom. (Photo by Kym Illman/Getty Images)

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