Colin Bryce is a former Great Britain Olympic Bobsledder now working as a television presenter and commentator. He currently works as a sports announcer on channels including the BBC, ESPN, Fox Sports, Eurosport, Channel 4, Five and more.
Colin was one of the main BBC commentators at the Winter Olympics at Turin in 2006 and at Vancouver in 2010. He commentated on the only British medals at both Games, in 2010 Amy Williams took Gold in the Skeleton event
In 2012, he lead the BBC commentary at the London Olympics for the weightlifting and wrestling. In 2014 he will be back to the Olympics with the BBC to commentate the sliding sports again. The sports in which Britain has perhaps their greatest chance of winning some medals in.
Some of Colin's Eurosport International work includes commentaries on the Sydney Olympics, The Japanese game show: Viking, The japanese Game show series G wars, The Sthil Lumberjack World Championships, K-1 Total Knock Out, The World Bobsleigh, Skeleton and Luge tour, Reebok Crossfitm, the BDO World Darts Championship, Nathan's Hot Dog Eating World Championships on Coney Island - perhaps the highlight of his career - and many more sports.
On the USA's ESPN sports channel Colin has presented a series based on the World Strongest Man concept called the World Strongest Man Super Series. This project ran from 2003 to 2008 when Colin hosted the final night at Madison Square Garden.
He is also co-owner and host of The Worlds Strongest Man Qualifying Tour - Giants Live. Colin's voice has been synonymous with extreme sport on Sky Sports over the last few years as he has done all the voiceover work on a weekly show called Wild Spirits.