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TV Listings for SKY SPORTS XTRA on Sunday (23.04.2017)


06 00-10 00Live European Tour Golf
Day four of the Shenzhen International from Genzon Golf Club on the European Tour from China. In 2016, on this day, South Korea's Soomin Lee took the title. Also in HD

10 00-13 00Live Ladies European Tour Golf
Day four of the Estrella Damm Mediterranean Ladies Open, hosted at the Terramar Golf Club in Sitges. This is the tournament's inaugural event. Also in HD

13 00-13 30Sporting Greats: Steve Redgrave
One of Great Britain's finest athletes, Sir Steve Redgrave won five rowing gold medals at five consecutive Olympic Games. He remains the most successful male rower in Olympic history. Also in HD

13 30-16 00Live ATP Masters 1000-Monte Carlo
The final of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters from the Monte Carlo Country Club. Last year, Rafael Nadal beat Gael Monfils to secure his ninth title at this event. Also in HD

16 00-16 30Sporting Greats: Steve Redgrave
One of Great Britain's finest athletes, Sir Steve Redgrave won five rowing gold medals at five consecutive Olympic Games. He remains the most successful male rower in Olympic history. Also in HD

16 30-17 00Sporting Greats: Tom Watson
Take a special look at the lives and careers of some of the greatest athletes to ever play their sports. Here, golf's Tom Watson, who won eight Majors across a glittering career. Also in HD

17 00-18 001991 Northern Telecom Open
A look back at the 1991 Northern Telecom Open at the Tucson National Golf Club in Arizona. Press the red button from 5.20pm for Las Palmas v Alaves in La Liga.

18 00-23 00Live PGA Tour Golf
Day four of the Valero Texas Open from TPC San Antonio. On this day last year, America's Charley Hoffman took home his fourth PGA Tour title, winning by one shot. Also in HD

23 00-23 30The Last Tour: SA/NZ
More Than A Game - profiling the moments that have transcended sport. Here, New Zealand's controversial 1981 rugby tour to apartheid South Africa, and its knock-on effects back home. Also in HD

23 30-00 00The Silent Salute 1968 Olympics
More Than A Game, profiling the moments that have transcended sport. Here, the Black Power salute at the 200m medal ceremony at the 1968 Olympics by Tommie Smith and John Carlos. Also in HD

00 00-00 15Spanish Football Highlights
Real Madrid host Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu. A huge clash in the title race, a win for Madrid puts them six points clear at the top, a Barcelona victory will see them move level. Also in HD

00 15-00 30Ieuan Evans: Sporting Triumphs
A look at one of Ieuan Evans' greatest sporting moments. The Welshman recounts the British and Irish Lions tour in 1989. Also in HD

00 30-00 45Mo Farah: Sporting Triumphs
A look back as Mo Farah recalls his two gold medals at the 2012 Olympics on home soil in London, including an unforgettable night on what has been dubbed 'Super Saturday'. Also in HD

00 45-01 00Will Carling: Sporting Triumphs
As the youngest ever England rugby union captain at the age of 22, Carling led his country to the Five Nations Grand Slam in 1991 - he relives it here. Also in HD

01 00-01 30Sporting Records
An in-depth look at some of the greatest sporting milestones ever recorded. Here, a focus on age, featuring football icon Pele, boxer Bernard Hopkins, and Moto GP driver Marc Marquez. Also in HD

01 30-02 00Sporting Records
An in-depth look at some of the greatest ever sporting milestones. Here, Brian O'Driscoll's Six Nations try tally, the highest-rated racehorse Frankel and Brendon McCullum's Test sixes. Also in HD

02 00-03 001991 Northern Telecom Open
Coverage of the 1991 Northern Telecom Open at the Tucson National Golf Club in Arizona. The tournament would feature an amateur who would go on to have an amazing career.

03 00-03 30Sporting Greats: Steve Redgrave
One of Great Britain's finest athletes, Sir Steve Redgrave won five rowing gold medals at five consecutive Olympic Games. He remains the most successful male rower in Olympic history. Also in HD

03 30-04 00Sporting Greats: Tom Watson
Take a special look at the lives and careers of some of the greatest athletes to ever play their sports. Here, golf's Tom Watson, who won eight Majors across a glittering career. Also in HD

04 00-05 001991 Northern Telecom Open
Coverage of the 1991 Northern Telecom Open at the Tucson National Golf Club in Arizona. The tournament would feature an amateur who would go on to have an amazing career.

05 00-05 30Sporting Records
An in-depth look at some of the greatest records ever achieved in sport. Here, a look at teams, with a focus on the 1992 USA basketball team, Spain's football side and the All Blacks. Also in HD

05 30-06 00Sporting Records
An in-depth look at some of the greatest milestones ever recorded in sport. Here, in distance, cyclist Bradley Wiggins, marathon runner Dennis Kimetto and long-jumper Mike Powell. Also in HD

06 00-06 30Champion Golfer: Ernie Els
...Ernie Els. A look at the career of Ernie Els - the South African golfer has been a major winner four times - twice at the US Open and twice at The Open - across a glittering career. Also in HD