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Mike Calvin Wikipedia
Michael "Mike" Calvin (born 3 August 1957) is an award-winning journalist and writer.
Calvin established a global reputation during a twelve-year spell as Chief Sportswriter on the Daily Telegraph. He held similar positions at The Times and Mail on Sunday, and is a current columnist for the Sunday Mirror. He has twice been named Sportswriter of the Year, twice named Sports Reporter of the Year and has been honoured at the British Press awards on six other occasions. He took a four-year sabbatical from journalism to help set up and run the English Institute of Sport, which provides strategic support to 35 Olympic sports.
Calvin's first book, Cricket Captaincy, was published in 1979. His second, Only Wind and Water, was a result of his participation in a round the world yacht race. His third book "Family: Life, Death and Football" was released in October 2010. Calvin was given access to every aspect of the activities of Millwall FC throughout their 2009/2010 playoff winning season.
Originally from the Watford area, Michael has lived in Bedfordshire for over 20 years, with his wife and four children.