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A golden summer of sport. And a brilliant way to follow it all with Freeview

Posted July 17, 2014 - Features

The World Cup isn’t the only big international sporting event that the BBC is pulling out all the stops for this summer.

From the Commonwealth Games’ opening ceremony at Glasgow’s Celtic Park right through the 10 days of top athletics, BBC One and BBC Three (and their HD versions) will be home to over 300 hours of televised coverage while Radio 5Live will be the audio home of the Games.

And if the event you want to see isn’t on BBC One or Three, just press the Red Button for a choice of two extra streams.

Plus, for the first time you’ll be able to use the BBC Sport mobile and tablet apps to receive medal alerts for countries you wish to follow. As technology geeks ourselves, we love this clever little innovation which will keep you up to date whatever else you are doing.

And there’s no brighter way to keep up with it all than by going to our TV guide anytime, anywhere.

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