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TV Listings for SKY SPORTS 3 on Tuesday (23.05.2017)


06 00-06 30Sporting Greats: Sachin Tendulkar
The man who owns almost every batting record worth owning, Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar hit more international runs than anyone else over his 24-year career. Also in HD

06 30-07 00Sporting 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

07 00-07 30Darts Gold
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here are the 2008 and 2009 PDC World Darts Championship finals at Alexandra Palace. Also in HD

07 30-08 00Darts Gold
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here are the 2011 World Darts Championship finals at Alexandra Palace. Also in HD

08 00-09 00Boxing Gold 2017
A look back at some classic boxing action. Here, Great Britain's Kell Brook defends his IBF welterweight crown against Jo Jo Dan, Frankie Gavin and Kevin Bizier. Also in HD

09 00-09 30Darts Gold
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here are the 1995 World Darts Championship finals at Circus Tavern. Also in HD

09 30-10 00Darts Gold
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here are the 1997 World Darts Championship finals at Circus Tavern. Also in HD

10 00-11 00NFL: A Football Life
Joe Namath chronicles one of the most famous events in NFL history, "Broadway" Joe's guarantee prior to Super Bowl III. This show documents Namath's audacious promise. Part 1 of 2. Also in HD

11 00-11 30Racing News 2017
For those looking for form guides and the latest news from the track, take advantage of top tips from the definitive scoop on today's racing programme. Also in HD

11 30-11 45Ian Poulter: Sporting Triumphs
A look back at some of sport's greatest triumphs. Here, Ian Poulter relives victory at the 2012 Ryder Cup with the 'Miracle at Medinah'. Also in HD

11 45-12 00Nasser Hussain: Sporting Triumphs
A look back at some of sport's greatest triumphs. Here, Nasser Hussain relives hitting a career-high 207 in the 1997 Ashes. Also in HD

12 00-12 30Sporting Rivalries: ARG v BRA
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on the Brazilian and Argentinian national football teams. Also in HD

12 30-13 00Sporting Rivalries: The Big Three
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on the storied history between Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player. Also in HD

13 00-14 00NFL: A Football Life
Joe Namath chronicles one of the most famous events in NFL history, "Broadway" Joe's guarantee prior to Super Bowl III. This show documents Namath's audacious promise. Part 1 of 2. Also in HD

14 00-14 30Sporting 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

14 30-15 00Sporting 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

15 00-15 15Record Breaker
In 1994, West Indies batsman Brian Lara smashed his way into the record books as he scored the most runs in one Test innings - making 375 against England at Antigua's Recreation Ground. Also in HD

15 15-15 30A Head For Heights
A flashback to the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, where legendary diver Greg Louganis famously hit his head on the board while performing. He would go on to win two gold medals at the Games. Also in HD

15 30-15 45A Young Maverick
In 1989, amidst political turmoil in China, 17-year-old Michael Chang became the youngest man to win the French Open, and dedicated his win to Chinese people around the world. Also in HD

15 45-16 00Climbing To Glory
Following his 1987 Wimbledon victory, Pat Cash gave the sporting world one of its most famous celebrations, as he climbed through the crowd to embrace his coach Ian Barclay. Also in HD

16 00-16 15Darts Gold-Chisnall v Wright 2016
A look back at some classic darts action. Here, Dave 'Chizzy' Chisnall takes on Peter 'Snakebite' Wright in the third round of the 2016 PDC World Darts Championship. Also in HD

16 15-16 30Darts Gold-Van Gerwen v Lewis 2013
A look back at some classic darts action. Here, Michael 'Mighty Mike' van Gerwen faces 'Jackpot' Adrian Lewis in the quarter-finals of the 2013 PDC World Darts Championship. Also in HD

16 30-17 00Boxing Gold 2017
A look back at some classic boxing action. Here, Great Britain's Kell Brook challenges middleweight king Gennady Golovkin for his world titles at London's O2 Arena. Also in HD

17 00-18 00NFL - America's Game
Highly acclaimed documentary in which the stories behind each Super Bowl winning team are told by the people involved. This week, the 1986 New York Giants team are in the spotlight.

18 00-18 30Sporting Records
An in-depth look at some of the greatest milestones ever recorded in sport. Here, the focus is on time, and the feats of Jesse Owens, Greg Lemond and the 1974 British and Irish Lions. Also in HD

18 30-19 00Sporting Records
A look at some of the greatest sporting milestones ever recorded. Here, those records achieved over a career by cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, footballer Ryan Giggs and boxer Joe Louis. Also in HD

19 00-19 15Climbing To Glory
Following his 1987 Wimbledon victory, Pat Cash gave the sporting world one of its most famous celebrations, as he climbed through the crowd to embrace his coach Ian Barclay. Also in HD

19 15-19 30Record Breaker
In 1994, West Indies batsman Brian Lara smashed his way into the record books as he scored the most runs in one Test innings - making 375 against England at Antigua's Recreation Ground. Also in HD

19 30-19 45A Head For Heights
A flashback to the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, where legendary diver Greg Louganis famously hit his head on the board while performing. He would go on to win two gold medals at the Games. Also in HD

19 45-20 00A Young Maverick
In 1989, amidst political turmoil in China, 17-year-old Michael Chang became the youngest man to win the French Open, and dedicated his win to Chinese people around the world. Also in HD

20 00-21 00NFL - America's Game
Highly acclaimed documentary in which the stories behind each Super Bowl winning team are told by the people involved. This week, the 1986 New York Giants team are in the spotlight.

21 00-21 30Sporting Records
A look at some of the greatest sporting milestones ever recorded. Here, those records achieved over a career by cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, footballer Ryan Giggs and boxer Joe Louis. Also in HD

21 30-22 00Super League Fulltime
Bill Arthur rounds up all the tries and reaction from the latest round of fixtures in the Betfred Super League XXII. Also in HD

22 00-23 00Boxing Gold 2017
A look back at some classic boxing action. Here, Great Britain's Kell Brook defends his IBF welterweight crown against Jo Jo Dan, Frankie Gavin and Kevin Bizier. Also in HD

23 00-23 15Grand Final Gold 1998
A chance to relive the 1998 Super League Grand Final between Wigan Warriors and Leeds Rhinos. The Warriors had previously recorded a 17-4 win over the Rhinos during the play-offs.

23 15-23 30Grand Final Gold 1999
A chance to relive the 1999 Super League Grand Final between St Helens and Bradford Bulls. Bradford earned a dominant victory over the Saints in the qualifying semi-final.

23 30-00 00Super League Fulltime
Bill Arthur rounds up all the tries and reaction from the latest round of fixtures in the Betfred Super League XXII. Also in HD

00 00-01 00Time Of Our Lives: Hockey Gold '88
Gary Newbon is joined by Paul Barber, Ian Taylor and Sean Kerly to look back at Great Britain's gold medal in hockey in the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

01 00-01 30Sporting Greats: Greg Lemond
A look at the career of legendary American road cyclist Greg LeMond, who was a two-time winner of the World Cycling Championship, and three-time winner of the Tour de France. Also in HD

01 30-02 00Sporting Greats: Jonah Lomu
Perhaps the most iconic figure in rugby history, the great Jonah Lomu scored 37 tries in 63 games for New Zealand. Famed for his remarkable size and speed, he sadly died in 2015. Also in HD

02 00-02 15Grand Final Gold 2010
A chance to relive the 2010 Super League Grand Final between Wigan Warriors and St Helens. The Warriors were making their first final appearance since 2003. Also in HD

02 15-02 30Grand Final Gold 2011
A chance to relive the 2011 Super League Grand Final between Leeds Rhinos and St Helens at Old Trafford in Manchester. Also in HD

02 30-02 40Rugby Gold:Leinster/N'hampton 2011
The most dramatic of finals and a comeback unlike any other: take a look back as Leinster recorded the first back-to-back Heineken Cup titles with a victory in the 2011 final. Also in HD

02 40-02 50Rugby Gold: SA v NZ 2013
One of rugby's fiercest rivalries, take a look back to 2013 when the Springboks hosted the All Blacks at Ellis Park in a match billed as the game of the decade. Also in HD

02 50-03 00Rugby Gold: Eng v NZ 2012
Relive England v New Zealand at Twickenham in 2012. The All Blacks went into the clash unbeaten that year, England searching for a first win over New Zealand at home in 10 years. Also in HD

03 00-04 00NFL: A Football Life
Joe Namath chronicles one of the most famous events in NFL history, "Broadway" Joe's guarantee prior to Super Bowl III. This show documents Namath's audacious promise. Part 2 of 2. Also in HD

04 00-04 15The Magnificent Seven
Rewind to the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, where Kerri Strug overcame injury to win the women's gymnastics team competition for the USA in the final round - epitomising the Olympic spirit. Also in HD

04 15-04 30The Weight Of A Nation
A look back at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, a Games headlined by home favourite Cathy Freeman, who would take 400m gold in one of the most iconic moments in all of sport. Also in HD

04 30-04 45The Concession
With The 1969 Ryder Cup trophy on the line, Jack Nicklaus picked up Englishman Tony Jacklin's putt marker, thus drawing the match. This is often credited as the birth of the modern event. Also in HD

04 45-05 00The 5th Gold
One of Great Britain's greatest athletes, rower Sir Steve Redgrave remarkably won Olympic gold at five consecutive Games - despite struggling with medical issues. Also in HD

05 00-05 30Sporting Rivalries: Federer/Nadal
Series profiling some of the greatest rivalries in sporting history. Here the focus is on tennis greats Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Also in HD

05 30-06 00Sporting Rivalries: Ali/Frazier
Series profiling the most iconic sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, two of the greatest heavyweight boxers in the history of the sport. Also in HD

06 00-06 30Sporting 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