Lord Sebastian Coe named Britain's most fanciable older man
The success of the London Olympics has earned Lord Sebastian Coe the title of Britain's most fanciable older man.
A survey of women looking for an older man found the former 55-year-old middle distance runner, was the chap they would most like to date, the Daily Mail reported.
He beat Sir Paul McCartney into second place, with TV presenter Nick Knowles third, ahead of Alastair Campbell.
The former Labour spin doctor also beat Conservatives Boris Johnson and David Cameron, who came fifth and seventh respectively.
The poll questioned 3,000 females on dating website sugardaddie.com about men aged 45, or over whom younger women would like to date.
Also in the top ten are TV presenters Andrew Marr, 53, and Dermot Murnaghan, 54 - married men both recently seen with other women.
Billionaires Sir Richard Branson, 62, and Bernie Ecclestone, 81, both featured in the top ten compiled by the website.
The top ten older men are:
Lord Sebastian Coe (55)
Sir Paul McCartney (70)
Nick Knowles (49)
Alastair Campbell (55)
Boris Johnson (48)
Dermot Murnaghan (54)
David Cameron (45)
Bernie Ecclestone (81)
Andrew Marr (53)
Sir Richard Branson (62)