The web's many news sources offer instant sports results and running commentary, enabling fans to follow their teams from the comfort of their desk or living room. You'll never need to leave the house again, thanks to our 10 top sporty sites, recommended in no particular order by PC Advisor readers.
Recommended by: anskyber
“The one sport I participate in is one of the most savage there is: cycling,” writes anskyber. “This minority sport is covered well by the informative and ever-changing Cycling Weekly website, which deals with a full range of cycling interests.” The site has free news, forums, competitions and links to kit suppliers. If you want to read one of the bike reviews, however, you'll have to pay £3 for a PDF download.
Recommended by: techie4me
“For the latest on cricket being played around the world, it's got to be Cricinfo,” writes techie4me. And it really is that simple for cricket enthusiasts: Cricinfo is where you go for ball-by-ball coverage and team news, as well as longer pieces with an international flavour. It's superbly knowledgeable, if occasionally a little rough in writing style.
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