SPORTS FAN 10 D WADE: A LIFE UNEXPECTED BOUNCE: THE BEST OF YESTERDAY’S HEROES STREAMING, ESPN ON KAYO STREAMING, FOX FOOTY ON KAYO BEING a superstar in the NBA comes with plenty of expectation and speculation. The excesses of a life in one of the world’s biggest sporting leagues is hard to comprehend. When Dwyane Wade (pictured) ended his career last season, it also gave him a perfect finish to his documentary. Covering his life from childhood to retirement, the 13-time All-Star created an intimate portrait of his incredible life. BOUNCE stands apart as one of Australia’s best sports shows ever, marred only by the tragic loss of footy legend Danny Frawley in 2019. For years, he and Jason Dunstall (pictured, left with Frawley) brought laughs to footy fans. Now, fans can catch some of the duo’s best moments from the segment Yesterday’s Heroes, which pitted the stars against each other in fun sporting challenges. NRL GRAND FINAL CLASSICS STREAMING, FOX SPORTS ON KAYO extra-time field goal to take out the 2015 decider against their intra-state rivals, the Brisbane Broncos. What about the Rabbitohs ending a 43-year drought in 2014 or the Cronulla Sharks breaking its 49-year duck in 2016? Try the shocking upsets, including wins by the Newcastle Knights in 2001 and the Penrith Panthers, two years later. And who can forget the try-less 1986 grand final between the Eels and Blldogs? Featuring every NRL Grand Final and select grand finals before 1998, Kayo will give fans of “the greatest game of all” the perfect lead-in to the return of live sport. WITH the NRL Telstra Premiership poised to be the first Australian football code back after coronavirus forced athletes off the park, it’s a special week of celebration for sports fans everywhere. As one of the first sports in the world to return to the field, it’s a sign that life is beginning to return to some kind of normality after the unprecedented suspension to fight the pandemic. To prepare, fans can whet their whistles with the greatest grand finals of all time. There’s the Roosters giving Cooper Cronk (pictured) the perfect sendoff in 2019, or Johnathan Thurston’s heartstopping LIVERPOOL: 30 YEARS OF HURT FOOTBALL’S GREATEST STREAMING, BEIN SPORTS ON KAYO STREAMING, BEIN SPORTS ON KAYO FROM the FIFA World Cup, down to professional leagues running deep on every corner of the globe, football players are a dime a dozen. To be truly great in the sport, players need to be the elite of the elite athletes with reality bending natural talent and an incredible work ethic that helps them transcend their career and inspire the next generation. WHATEVER happens for the rest of the English Premier League season, the 2019-20 Liverpool team will go down as one of the most unlucky teams in the league’s history. On the verge of ending 30 years of pain since its last championship, Liverpool was sitting on an almost unassailable 25 points ahead on the ladder when stopped by coronavirus. It continues the club’s rotten run of luck since 1989-90. UNLIMITED: MARQUEZ LA DECIMA YOKAYI FOOTY AMERICA’S GAME STREAMING, FOX SPORTS ON KAYO STREAMING, FOX SPORTS ON KAYO STREAMING, FOX SPORTS ON KAYO STREAMING, ESPN ON KAYO IN the US, ice hockey, baseball and basketball make up three of the nation’s four big sports. But when it all comes down to it, none come close to the NFL, or gridiron. American football has a mythology above and beyond what any other sport can deliver. goes in depth with Super Bowl champions, as the players themselves share how they took home one of sports’ great prizes. RECORDS are meant to be broken and this rings so true for Marc Marquez (pictured). With six MotoGP world titles and eight Grand Prix world championships, you would think he would be nearing the end of a glittering career. But at just 27 years of age, it seems like he has a lot more left to give, as he chases moto immortality. tells the story of his eighth, and arguably his toughest, world title. THERE is a good reason why Rafael Nadal (pictured) is the king of clay – the man just doesn’t lose on the surface. Nadal has a 59-8 record in finals and has become the most successful player of all-time on clay, including his record 12 French Open titles. He has a 436-39 record or 92 per cent win percentage. Relive his 10th victory at Roland Garros as this one-of-a-kind legend continues to break new ground. AUSSIE rules is a unique national competition in Australia. With teams across the country and the sport touching almost every community, it stands alone in its reach. explores participation in the sport from around Australia and shares the untold stories of these communities, while championing a young and diverse range of players from an Indigenous point of view. YokayiFooty America’s Game Unlimited 10 Sunday, May 24, 2020 MHSE01Z01TV - V1 PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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