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Mark Durden-Smith began his career working in the BBC's regional newsrooms and earned his first presenting job in 1996 with Sky Sports. Mark moved to terrestrial television in 2002 and has presented a range of shows including seven series of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me out of Here! .
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May 22, 2013:  "If there was a cross breed of canine called an Underdogdoodle it would win best in show at Crufts." Mark Durden-Smith looks at the Aviva Premiership Final
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Apr 17, 2013:  "All you actually want to do is let it all out, sob like an X-Factor reject" ESPN's Mark Durden-Smith reflects on the battle to remain impartial as a sports broadcaster
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Mar 20, 2013:  "If someone had a barometer of patriotic fervor, a fervometer, it would have blown a fuse on that Saturday night," Mark Durden-Smith reflects on a thrilling Six Nations climax
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Feb 13, 2013:  "He raised his hand to silence them and in that instant, my faith in the true honour of sport had been replenished" - Mark Durden-Smith hails Billy Vunipola's sportsmanship
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Dec 27, 2012:  "When he place kicked his right foot would finish higher than his left ear on follow through - totes amaze ovalballs!" Mark Durden-Smith lauds Ollie Campbell
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Nov 21, 2012:  "Thomas Waldrom is my Obama. He has given me and I assume, many of my slightly wobbly ilk, hope." Mark Durden-Smith pays tribute to one of his heroes
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Oct 4, 2012:  Could finding love and happiness be the secret to England winning the Rugby World Cup? ESPN anchor Mark Durden-Smith certainly thinks so - check out his latest column
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Sep 12, 2012:  "Is it humanly possible for a player of any sport, at any age, to come back stronger from a serious injury?" ESPN's Mark Durden-Smith provides his unique view
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May 28, 2012:  "The idea of bumping into Richard Cockerill and Conor O'Shea crossing swords, de-cursing Twickenham is a little unsavoury." Mark Durden-Smith files from left field
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