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Readers' choice: Top 10 sport websites

What's the best site for sport?

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.

Russell Brand

Recommended by: Mark Hattersley

And now for a slightly more whimsical suggestion. “I don't follow many sports sites,” Mark admits. “But I like to read Russell Brand's blog, simply because it's so funny.” Recent vaguely sports-related topics include vests, Morrissey and Fabio Capello's undead translator.

Read Russell Brand's blog here


Recommended by: Andy

Andy was the first of dozens to recommend the Beeb's massively popular sports section. “For some reason the BBC's cricket coverage is always a couple of overs behind other sites, but getting to read what Boycott et al have to say about the proceedings makes up for the slowness,” he writes. With the enormous breadth and expertise
on offer here, it doesn't get much better for general sports news. Or, as Stuartli puts it: “No contest.”


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Russell Brand

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