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TV Listings for SKY SPORTS 3 on Monday (23.01.2017)


06 00-06 15Darts Gold: Taylor v Painter
Phil Taylor takes on Kevin Painter in the final of the 2004 PDC World Darts Championship. Taylor overcame Wayne Mardle in the semi-finals, while Painter saw off Bob Anderson.

06 15-06 30Darts Gold: Taylor v Lowe
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here is Phil Taylor against John Lowe in the semi-finals of the 2002 World Matchplay at Winter Gardens in Blackpool.

06 30-06 45Speedway Gold
A chance to relive some classic speedway moments. A look back at the 2010 Elite League fixture between Coventry and Swindon. Also in HD

06 45-07 00Speedway Gold
A chance to relive some classic speedway moments.A look back at the 2010 British Final between Coventry and Poole. Also in HD

07 00-07 30Sporting Rivalries: USA v USSR
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on the storied history between the American and Soviet national ice hockey teams. Also in HD

07 30-08 00Sporting Rivalries: NED v GER
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on the Dutch and German national football teams. Also in HD

08 00-09 00NFL Highlights
The NFC Championship match from the NFL. The winner here will go on to contest Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas. Also in HD

09 00-10 00NFL Highlights
The AFC Championship match from the NFL. The winner here will go on to contest Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas. Also in HD

10 00-10 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

10 30-10 45Ieuan 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

10 45-11 00Mo 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

11 00-11 30Sporting Rivalries: USA v USSR
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on the storied history between the American and Soviet national ice hockey teams. Also in HD

11 30-12 00Sporting Rivalries: NED v GER
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on the Dutch and German national football teams. Also in HD

12 00-12 15Will Greenwood: Sporting Triumphs
Will Greenwood looks back at the last-minute triumph of England's 2003 Rugby World Cup win in Australia, where Jonny Wilkinson kicked a last-minute drop goal in extra time. Also in HD

12 15-12 30Mo 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

12 30-12 45Michael Atherton:Sporting Triumphs
Michael Atherton relives his famous two-day stint at the crease for England in South Africa, keeping the South Africans at bay for 10 hours, and hitting 185 to save the Test in 1995. Also in HD

12 45-13 00Ian 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

13 00-14 00NFL Highlights
The NFC Championship match from the NFL. The winner here will go on to contest Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas. Also in HD

14 00-15 00NFL Highlights
The AFC Championship match from the NFL. The winner here will go on to contest Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas. Also in HD

15 00-16 00Sky Sports Years-2002
An insight into how Sky Sports has evolved, with a look at more than two decades of coverage and innovation. Here the focus is on 2002.

16 00-16 30Boxing Gold: Golovkin v Proska
In a classic fight of yesteryear, Kazakh star Gennady Golovkin goes for 24-0 as he defends his middleweight titles against Poland's Grzegorz Proksa in New York. Also in HD

16 30-17 00Darts Gold: WDC Finals 96/97
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here are the 1997 World Darts Championship finals at Circus Tavern. Also in HD

17 00-17 15Michael Vaughan: Sporting Triumphs
A look at the incredible sporting triumph of England captain Michael Vaughan as he led his side to one of the most memorable Ashes series wins of all time. Also in HD

17 15-17 30Carl Fogarty: Sporting Triumphs
Relive the sporting triumphs of legend Carl Fogarty as he claimed his first World Superbike Championship. Also in HD

17 30-17 45A Grand Treble
The tale of Red Rum, perhaps Britain's most beloved racehorse. His historic treble at the Grand National in the mid-1970s helped to restore the race's reputation, and save it from ruin. Also in HD

17 45-18 00The 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

18 00-18 30Sporting Greats
The man who owns almost every batting record worth owning, Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar hit more international runs to his name than anyone else over his 24-year career. Also in HD

18 30-19 00Sporting Greats
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

19 00-20 00NFL Highlights
The NFC Championship match from the NFL. The winner here will go on to contest Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas. Also in HD

20 00-21 00NFL Highlights
The AFC Championship match from the NFL. The winner here will go on to contest Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas. Also in HD

21 00-23 00Fight Night
One of boxing's most anticipated bouts is here as Kell Brook challenges Gennady Golovkin for his middleweight titles at London's O2 Arena. Both men enter this fight with undefeated records. Also in HD

23 00-23 30Racing For Humanity
More Than A Game - profiling the moments that have transcended sport. Here, the focus is on sprinter Jesse Owens' remarkable and inspiring four golds at the 1936 Olympics. Also in HD

23 30-00 00Sporting Mavericks: Naseem Hamed
A look at some of the greatest sporting mavericks throughout history - stars that are loved for more than just their talent. Here the focus is on boxer Naseem Hamed. Also in HD

00 00-00 15Darts Gold: Priestley v Burgess
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here is Dennis Priestley against Shayne Burgess in the quarter-finals of the 2000 PDC World Darts Championship.

00 15-00 30Darts Gold: Taylor v Lowe
A chance to relive some classic darts matches. Here is Phil Taylor against John Lowe in the semi-finals of the 1995 WDC World Darts Championship. Also in HD

00 30-00 45Speedway Gold
A chance to relive some classic speedway moments. This episode features the 2011 Elite League Pairs. Also in HD

00 45-01 00Speedway Gold
A chance to relive the 2000 Elite League title decider between Eastbourne and King's Lynn. Also in HD

01 00-01 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

01 30-02 00Sporting Records: Medals
An in-depth look at some of the greatest records across a variety of sports. Here, a look at medals - athlete Mo Farah, footballer Clarence Seedorf and swimmer Michael Phelps. Also in HD

02 00-03 00Time Of Our Lives: Olympics 1980
Gold medal winners Sebastian Coe, Duncan Goodhew and Allan Wells relive their experiences of the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow.

03 00-03 30Sporting 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

03 30-04 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

04 00-05 00Sky Sports Years-1997
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 1997.

05 00-05 15A 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

05 15-05 30Going 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

05 30-05 45The 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 45-06 003 Seconds
At the 1972 Olympics, the USA's youngest-ever squad stepped on to the basketball court to face political enemies the Soviet Union for gold. It was one of the most dramatic games ever. Also in HD

06 00-06 15Darts Gold: Taylor v Mardle
Phil Taylor takes on Wayne Mardle in the quarter-finals of the 2008 PDC World Darts Championship. Taylor beat Alan Tabern in the previous round, while Mardle overcame Roland Scholten. Also in HD