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Running gag

The slovenly-dressed Astragal felt magnificently out of place amid the suits, when attending the announcement of the Olympic Delivery Authority's delivery partner this afternoon. (A contractor won). And due to a distinct lack of canapés, the only highlight of the afternoon was witnessing Britain's favourite ex-middle-distance running peer, Lord Coe, try and crack a gag. The conference was lagging like Steve 'coming in second' Ovett, when Coe announced he was looking forward to ...

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