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TV Listings for SKY SPORTS 3 on Sunday (25.06.2017)


06 00-06 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

06 30-07 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

07 00-07 30Darts Gold
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here are the 2001 World Darts Championship finals at Circus Tavern. Also in HD

07 30-08 00Darts Gold
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here are the 2003 World Darts Championship finals at Circus Tavern. Also in HD

08 00-08 30Boxing Gold: Froch v Groves
A chance to relive some classic fights of years gone by. Here George Groves challenges WBA and IBF Super-Middleweight champion Carl Froch at the Phones4U Arena in Manchester. Also in HD

08 30-09 00Boxing Gold: Mayweather v Hatton
A chance to relive some classic fights of years gone by. Here undefeated welterweights Ricky Hatton and Floyd Mayweather meet at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Also in HD

09 00-10 00British and Irish Lions Tour Hlts
The British and Irish Lions meet New Zealand in the opening match of their series at Eden Park. The Lions are looking for a first series win over the All Blacks since 1971. Also in HD

10 00-11 00NFL - America's Game
Highly acclaimed documentary in which the stories behind each Super Bowl winning team are told by the people involved. This programme follows the 1999 St Louis Rams side.

11 00-12 00British and Irish Lions Tour Hlts
The British and Irish Lions meet New Zealand in the opening match of their series at Eden Park. The Lions are looking for a first series win over the All Blacks since 1971. Also in HD

12 00-12 30Boxing Gold: Froch V Bute
A chance to relive some classic fights of years gone by. Here Carl Froch faces Lucian Bute for the IBF Super Middleweight title at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham in 2012. Also in HD

12 30-13 00Boxing Gold: Mayweather v Hatton
A chance to relive some classic fights of years gone by. Here undefeated welterweights Ricky Hatton and Floyd Mayweather meet at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Also in HD

13 00-13 55Sporting Heroes: Gary Sobers
Gary Newbon interviews West Indies cricket great Gary Sobers about his remarkable career. Prolific with both bat and ball, Sobers is one of the greatest all-rounders the game has ever seen. Also in HD

13 55-22 00Live West Indies v India ODI
West Indies face India at Queen's Park Oval in the second ODI of their five-match series. The first match in the series was abandoned due to rain. Also in HD

22 00-22 30Curtly Ambrose: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. This episode features a look at former West Indies bowler Curtly Ambrose. Also in HD

22 30-23 00Kapil Dev: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. Here the focus is on former India captain Kapil Dev. Also in HD

23 00-23 55Sporting Heroes: Gary Sobers
Gary Newbon interviews West Indies cricket great Gary Sobers about his remarkable career. Prolific with both bat and ball, Sobers is one of the greatest all-rounders the game has ever seen. Also in HD

23 55-01 00Time Of Our Lives: SW19 Ladies
Gary Newbon is joined by Virginia Wade, Ann Jones and Angela Mortimer to analyse their tennis careers and successes at Wimbledon.

01 00-01 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

01 30-02 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

02 00-02 15Grand Final Gold 2013
The 2013 Super League Grand Final between Warrington Wolves and Wigan Warriors. Warrington beat Huddersfield Giants in the semi-finals, while Wigan saw off Leeds Rhinos. Also in HD

02 15-02 30Super League Grand Final Gold
A chance to relive the 2014 Super League Grand Final between St Helens and Wigan Warriors. The game is remembered for Ben Flower's third-minute red card, the first in any Grand Final. Also in HD

02 30-02 40Rugby Gold: SA v Ire 2016
In a match dubbed "the most phenomenal victory in Irish rugby history", take a look back at a miracle display in the Springboks' backyard in 2016. Also in HD

02 40-02 50Rugby Gold: Aus v Lions 2013
Finely poised at 1-1 going into the third Test of their 2013 series, the Lions would finally let loose in the tour culmination, in a first win for 16 years for the historic red jersey. Also in HD

02 50-03 00Rugby 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

03 00-04 00NFL - America's Game
Highly acclaimed documentary in which the stories behind each Super Bowl winning team are told by the people involved. This programme follows the 1999 St Louis Rams side.

04 00-04 15The Meltdown
At The 1999 Open, Jean van de Velde needed only a double-bogey six on the final hole to win. He was unsuccessful however, and Paul Lawrie would go on to triumph in a playoff. Also in HD

04 15-04 30The Bolero
On Valentine's Day 1984, ice-dancing pair Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean skated their way into sporting lore with their 'Bolero' - achieving the highest marks ever awarded. Also in HD

04 30-04 45Record 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

04 45-05 00A 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

05 00-05 30Sporting Rivalries: Coe v Ovett
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on British middle-distance runners Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett. Also in HD

05 30-06 00Sporting Rivalries: R.Madrid/Barca
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on Spanish football giants Real Madrid and Barcelona. Also in HD

06 00-06 30Sporting Greats: Mark Spitz
A true Olympic great, American swimmer Mark Spitz made history when he won seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympics - and set world records in each event. He retired with nine golds. Also in HD