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TV Listings for SKY SPORTS 3 on Wednesday (03.05.2017)


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 2006 and 2007 PDC 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 2008 and 2009 PDC World Darts Championship finals at Alexandra Palace. Also in HD

08 00-08 30Boxing Gold: Hatton v Tszyu
A chance to relive some classic fights of years gone by. Here Ricky Hatton challenges Kostya Tszyu for the IBF Light Welterweight title at the MEN Arena in Manchester. Also in HD

08 30-09 00Boxing Gold: Brook v Jones
A chance to relive classic fights of years gone by. Here British welterweight Kell Brook puts his undefeated record on the line against Carson Jones at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield. Also in HD

09 00-10 00Sporting Heroes: Rebecca Adlington
Gary Newbon interviews Olympic champion swimmer Rebecca Adlington about her glittering career in the sport. Adlington claimed two gold medals at the 2008 games in Beijing. Also in HD

10 00-10 15A Champion's Comeback
In the late 1970s, jockey Bob Champion was diagnosed with cancer, while his horse Aldaniti suffered a career-threatening injury. Incredibly, they would go on to win the 1981 Grand National. Also in HD

10 15-10 30Lightning Bolt
The man who makes the impossible look routine, sprinter Usain Bolt has numerous Olympic golds and a host of records to his name. Here, a look at his greatest achievements to date. Also in HD

10 30-10 45A Nation Unites
A look at the 1995 Rugby World Cup, which saw post-apartheid South Africa unite to stage - and win - a memorable and moving tournament in front of the watching world. Also in HD

10 45-11 00Going The Distance
The incredible story of Emil Zatopek, who, in 1952, against medical advice, competed at the Olympic Games in Helsinki in the 5000m, the 10000m and the marathon - and won them all. 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 30-12 00Darts Gold
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here are the 2006 and 2007 PDC World Darts Championship finals at Circus Tavern. Also in HD

12 00-12 30Sporting Rivalries: SA v NZ
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on the storied history between the South Africa and New Zealand rugby teams. Also in HD

12 30-13 00Sporting Rivalries: ENG v FRA
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on the storied history between the English and French rugby teams. Also in HD

13 00-14 00Sky Sports Years
As part of Sky Sports' 20th anniversary in 2011, here is a look back at 1999. England and Scotland met in Euro 2000 qualifying, while Lennox Lewis took on Evander Holyfield. Also in HD

14 00-14 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

14 30-14 45A Champion's Comeback
In the late 1970s, jockey Bob Champion was diagnosed with cancer, while his horse Aldaniti suffered a career-threatening injury. Incredibly, they would go on to win the 1981 Grand National. Also in HD

14 45-15 00A Champion's Comeback
In the late 1970s, jockey Bob Champion was diagnosed with cancer, while his horse Aldaniti suffered a career-threatening injury. Incredibly, they would go on to win the 1981 Grand National. Also in HD

15 00-19 30Live Indian Premier League
Kolkata Knight Riders play Rising Pune Supergiant in Kolkata in the VIVO IPL. Knight Riders boast England's Chris Woakes in their squad. Also in HD

19 30-20 00Sporting 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

20 00-00 30Indian Premier League
Kolkata Knight Riders play Rising Pune Supergiant in Kolkata in the VIVO IPL. Knight Riders boast England's Chris Woakes in their squad. Also in HD

00 30-01 00Motorsport Mundial 2017
The latest motorsport news and action from around the globe. From Superbikes to Formula 1, Motorsport Mundial has the latest action and talking points from the sport. Also in HD

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 2004
A chance to relive the 2004 Super League Grand Final between Leeds Rhinos and Bradford Bulls. Leeds were contesting their first final since 1998. Also in HD

02 15-02 30Grand Final Gold 2005
A chance to relive the 2005 Super League Grand Final between Bradford Bulls and Leeds Rhinos. The Rhinos got the better of Bradford in the previous year's final, running out 16-8 winners. Also in HD

02 30-02 40Rugby Gold: Toulon v Saracens 2014
Jonny Wilkinson's last European match, the 2014 Champions Cup final saw his Toulon team win back-to-back titles in what was the last Heineken Cup final. Also in HD

02 40-02 50Rugby Gold: Munster v Glasgow 2016
Less than a week after Munster head coach Anthony Foley tragically passed away, the Thomond Park faithful celebrated his life whilst those on the pitch put on a display to make Axel proud. Also in HD

02 50-03 00Rugby Gold: Aus v Eng 2016
A whitewash over the gold and green: Eddie Jones' first summer tour - to his native Australia - resulted in an historic 3-0 series win for his England side. Also in HD

03 00-04 00Sky Sports Years-2000
An insight into how Sky Sports has evolved, with a look at more than two decades of coverage and innovation. Today, the focus is on 2000.

04 00-04 15Lightning Bolt
The man who makes the impossible look routine, sprinter Usain Bolt has numerous Olympic golds and a host of records to his name. Here, a look at his greatest achievements to date. Also in HD

04 15-04 30A Nation Unites
A look at the 1995 Rugby World Cup, which saw post-apartheid South Africa unite to stage - and win - a memorable and moving tournament in front of the watching world. Also in HD

04 30-04 45Going The Distance
The incredible story of Emil Zatopek, who, in 1952, against medical advice, competed at the Olympic Games in Helsinki in the 5000m, the 10000m and the marathon - and won them all. Also in HD

04 45-05 00The Goal Of The Century
In 1986 Argentina and England met for more than a place in the World Cup semi-finals: with the Falklands War still raw in the memory, Maradona scored one of the most memorable goals ever. Also in HD

05 00-05 30Sporting Rivalries: The Ryder Cup
Series profiling some of the most significant and spectacular rivalries in sporting history. Here the focus is on Europe and America's battles to win The Ryder Cup. Also in HD

05 30-06 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

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