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Giles Long MBE is a retired British swimmer, TV presenter & commentator

Giles was part of the UK Channel 4 presenting and commentary team for the London 2012 Paralympics.

On the lead up to the 2012 Paralympics he presented the IPC World Swimming Championships in 2010 (both highlights and live web broadcast), BT Paralympic World Cup live coverage in 2011, the highlights of the IPC European Wheelchair Fencing Championships and packages for That Paralympic Show.

In 2010 and 2011 he worked on the sports desk at Sky News and for the BBC News Channel.

He is also the inventor of Lexi.

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