Mike Costello

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Mike Costello is a British sports broadcaster. He is the main commentator for boxing and athletics for BBC Radio. He took over this role when John Rawling moved to television. He provided the BBC's radio commentary during the 2004 Summer Olympics, along with updates via his blog.[1]

Costello's first sports column for BBC Sports was posted 20 February 2006, where he provided a live commentary investigating the effects of the mind from a knockout punch in boxing.[2]