Love all sport, especially swimming? Of course you do! Then you need to get a Eurosport subscription.
Last week Eurosport screened the 13th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), held in Windsor, Canada in which Katinka Hosszu (HUN) and Chad Le Clos (RSA) – pictured above – were respectively the best female and male athletes.
And in 2017, Eurosport will be screening the FINA World Championships (14-30 July), live from Budapest.
As well as being able to watch any match on any court on the player during the major tennis competitions you can also rewind up to 3 hours of live sporting content on the player.
Plus the EuroSport Player will also screen all three of the upcoming cycling Grand Tours: Vuelta a Espana, Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France.
In fact with the Eurosport Player you can watch over 5, 000 hours of LIVE sporting action from the Eurosport, Eurosport 2 and Eurosport News channels as well as up to 24 additional bonus channels during certain international competitions.
These include Grand Slam Tennis tournaments, Bundesliga League, World and PTC Snooker events, certain motorsports championships, FIS World Cup events and much more.
We’ve teamed up with Eurosport to GIVE AWAY 5 ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS for 2017. All you have to do is answer the simple question below and email your answer marked Goggleblog Eurosport Competition to email@example.com.
Closing date is Friday 30th December, 2016. Please make sure you put your postal address in the email. UK entrants only.
Who won this year’s Sports Personality of the Year award? Was it..
A. Mo Farah
B. Alistair Brownlee
C. Andy Murray
D. Nick Skelton
But don’t worry if you aren’t successful. Until the end of January 2017 you can get a special 12 month Eurosport Player deal for just £19.99, reduced from £60. You don’t even need to have a separate mainstream TV subscription as you can view the content online.
The devices Eurosport Player is supported on:
iPhones and Android mobile and tablet devices
GoogleCast (aka ChromeCast)
Amazon Kindle Fire
Sports coming up next year:
Tennis: Grand Slam tournaments and all five British grasscourt events leading up to Wimbledon
Cycling: Major stage races and one day Classics plus all three Grand Tours: Giro d’Italia, Tour de France & Vuelta a Espana
Motorsport: British Superbike Championship, Superbike World Championship, Le Mans 24 Hours
Winter sports: FIS World Cup races and major championships including the Alpine Skiing World Championship
Football: Africa Cup of Nations, Women’s Euro 2017 and Under-20 World Cup
+ Swimming and Diving World Championships, the Athletics World Championships and much, much more