Ian Collins

[tennis] Collins, primarily a doubles player, never fully recovered from a broken leg in his youth but still had a lengthy tennis career. It was said that due to the contortion he made when he served he looked like a `monkey mounting a pole`. He had broken his leg soon after arriving at Oxford University, from Harrow School. While at Harrow...
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Ian Collins

[soccer] Ian Collins (born April 14, 1963) is a former head men`s soccer coach at the University of Kentucky (UK). He held that position from 1994 until his firing on November 7, 2011. His overall record at UK was 197-132-38 ({winpct|197|132|38}). He won Mid-American Conference (MAC) coach of the year honors in 1997, 1999, and 2001 with the...
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Ian Collins

[footballer] Ian `Collo` Collins AM (born 24 October 1942) is a former Australian rules footballer and is now a high-profile businessman. == Playing career == Playing for the Carlton Football Club in the Victorian Football League between 1961–1971 he was part of the 1968 premiership side but missed the entire 1970 premiership winning seas...
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Ian Collins

[radio presenter] Ian Collins is a British radio and television presenter and journalist. He was the presenter of The Late Show (10pm Mon - Thurs) on national radio channel talkSPORT. The show was non-sport and took a comedic/observational look at news and current affairs. Collins confirmed on-air that his Late Show, ending 1am: 2 September...
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