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Andrew Cotter (born 20 July 1973) is a Scottish sports broadcaster working primarily for the BBC, covering mainly the golf and rugby, but also tennis, athletics and The Boat Race.
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Cotter is from Troon and has a degree in French and Philosophy from Glasgow University. He played golf for Scottish Schools and Scottish Universities.2000-2004: Commentator on BBC Radio 5 Live covering Golf and Rugby Union
2001-2006: Sports Presenter on BBC News Channel and BBC World.
2008: Commentated on 2008 Summer Olympic Games for BBC Covering Weightlifting and Modern Pentathlon.
2011: Main BBC Commentator on the 2011 Australian Open tennis
2012: London 2012 Summer Olympics, commentating on Tennis and Canoeing/Kayaking events.
2002–present: Ryder Cup for Radio 5 Live
2004–present: rugby union commentator for TV on 6 Nations and Autumn Internationals
2004–Present: TV golf commentator on Open, Masters, Ryder Cup & Women's Open
2008–present: TV tennis commentator for Wimbledon, AEGON Championships at Queen's Club and AEGON International at Eastbourne
2010–present: Boat Race commentator on Television (replaced by Jonathan Legard in 2012 and 2015 as the Boat Race clashed with the US Masters Golf)
2013-present: Athletics on TV including at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
2011 - ESPN Rugby when Nick Mullins was commentating on the Rugby World Cup for ITV
2012 - Wheelchair Rugby for Channel 4 Paralympic Coverage
2010-2014: Sky Sports Red Button commentary of the Heineken Cup
2014-present: Pool Stage commentator for BT Sport European Rugby Champions Cup & European Rugby Challenge Cup