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The 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup is quickly coming up, and it looks like it will be an exciting competition. From August 30 to September 14, 24 teams will be fighting it out in Spain to work out who is the best basketball team in the world.
The US Open in New York starts in just a few days – have you got tickets? Probably not – not all of us can get to New York to watch live in person. And if you’re outside the US, you might have some trouble getting the matches to stream online!
As far as I can tell you can watch via CBS Sports and ESPN’s streaming app. I’m not sure about the UK yet, but I assume that BBC Sports on the iPlayer will have some coverage.
The 12th Grand Prix of the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship will be held on August 24th this year. From my research, so far it looks like the race will be streaming on the BBC iPlayer, Sky Player, ESPN, and Fox Sports. However, that’s just my initial research and I’m not a member of all of these sites so they may not have full coverage of the event.
If you have any kind of fascination with rugby at all, the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup is worth your time. The world cup sees a contest of the top 12 female rugby teams in the world, competing with one another in Paris, France. The event runs from August 1 to August 17, 2014, with New Zealand as the defending champions.
The English (Barclays) Premier League is starting again on the 16th of this month, and getting it to stream online is going to be a bit of a chore. After the surprise win from Germany in the World Cup, are you ready for the challenge?