Jamie Davies

Updated: September 30, 2015

Tell us a bit about yourself


I’m Jamie Davies, you might remember me from such commentary as the Wrexham Player HD highlights commentator and going through thick and thin behind the microphone at Crewe Alexandra.

I started up Let’s Talk Sport in April 2012 after realising my ambition to follow sport as a career at some point in life before I hit the grave stone. So I take control since someone has got to around here ๐Ÿ˜‰

God help Glyndwr University for granting me a place in 2013 for studying Broadcasting, Journalism and Media Communications.

But in all seriousness, I like to get involved in sport as much as I can in the media department and I already feel I have achieved that ๐Ÿ™‚



Song I never get tired of?


Human by the Killers

It’s just the one song I would listen to again and again without being irritated as I find most songs these days being all the same, 2009 is where it’s at!



If you could only have a specific food for the rest of your life, what would it be?


That is a tough question because any food with high level sugar I just can’t resist!

It is has got to be a chicken royale meal from Burger King ๐Ÿ˜›




Favourite Sport?ย 

I love football like most people but my favourite in the past few years is tennis. It is a sport that means a lot to me and I don’t know why, it just grew on me.


Who is your sporting idol?

Roger Federer is my number 1 athlete in the sporting world. He is such an inspiration with his record amount of Grand Slam titles, his politeness, his foundation which is supporting many needy people around the world and proving age is just a number.




Which sporting moment would you relive?

Andy Murray winning a Grand Slam for the very first time at the US Open in 2012. The moment was emotional, incredible and unforgettable.


I remember staying up until 2am with my Dad to finally witness a Brit win the ultimate prize, the first time in British tennis history in 76 years.


Murray became British that night, not Scottish ๐Ÿ˜‰


If you could go to one sporting venue, where would you go?

Estadio Azteca

For quite a few years now, I have been following the Mexicans in football seeing them win the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2011 and 2015 cheering on the legendary Rafael Marquez lead out his country.

Their national stadium is a venue I would love to tick off my list one day. Massive is an understatement and the atmosphere must feel like a party is about to start, anyone for Doritos?

It was the Arthur Ashe Stadium but I went there in the summer of 2015 which was incredible filling me with goosebumps when I entered.

A fan waves Mexico's national flag during a 2014 World Cup qualifying soccer match with Costa Rica in Azteca Stadium in Mexico City, Tuesday, June 11, 2013. (AP Photo/Ivan Pierre Aguirre)

Finally, what is sport to you in three words?

Commitment / breathtaking / Adventurous



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