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Topic # 154332 24-Oct-2014 15:54
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Has anyone created or perhaps can we create as a community a database of online streaming sport links. Perhaps sport by sport
I do not think this is against the rules as these are free sport links avaliable on the web
An example (and a reason why I have just discontinued SKY) was the cycling Tour of Beijing
Sky had this on live each night at 7:45pm which I pay over $100 to get as part of the SKY package I signed up to
But this site http://www.cyclingfans.com/live_race_coverage had links to live race coverage as well. I could also watch it on youtube livestream
Made me think, why am I paying sky $100 + when it is broadcast free anyway

So can we post link to other sport sites that offer?
Here is another http://www.redbull.tv/Redbulltv which has mountain biking live plus others
Triathlon - http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/coverage/live.aspx#axzz3H1k8gxXe

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  Reply # 1161580 24-Oct-2014 17:19
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Red bull tv also has red bull air racing.




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  Reply # 1162042 25-Oct-2014 17:40
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Any football fans watching the Classico tomorrow? just curious who here and how stream La Liga or even the French or Italian?

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  Reply # 1162121 25-Oct-2014 19:23
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Just make sure the links you're posting are legit services, random dodgy sites streaming will get this thread closed quickly.

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