Happy anniversary! ESPN Classic celebrates 10 years on the air by showcasing some of the most memorable moments in sports from the last decade. Host Vic Rauter relives these vintage sports events from the past 10 years in two days of 10th anniversary programming on Wednesday, Sept. 7 and Thursday, Sept. 8 on ESPN Classic.
In honour of the Vancouver Canucks’ advancement to the Western Conference Final, ESPN Classic takes fans on a trip down memory lane – back to a time when the ‘Green Men’ were just boys – with coverage of some of the franchise’s most unforgettable games.
ESPN Classic gives fans a look back at some of the best Grey Cup rivalries in CFL history with GREY CUP WEEK 2010 beginning Monday, Nov. 22, as the network gears up for the 98th GREY CUP from Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton. In total, ESPN Classic’s eight-game schedule during GREY CUP WEEK 2010 has more than 16 hours of vintage …
Take a stroll down memory lane, as ESPN Classic revisits some of the greatest triumphs, comebacks, upsets, milestones, streaks and dynasties from across the sports spectrum.
This Easter weekend, ESPN Classic will pay tribute to teams and players who overcame incredible obstacles with 25 hours of the greatest comebacks and changes of fortune in the history of sports. Revival Weekend airs Friday, March 21 to Sunday, March 23 and features classic performances that revived individual careers, franchises and even leagues.
Take a walk down memory lane this Fall as ESPN Classic showcases a full slate of the greatest triumphs, comebacks, upsets, milestones, streaks, records and dynasties from across the sports spectrum.
Wayne Gretzky. Michael Jordan. Muhammad Ali. Joe Montana. They were at the top of their game, their drive and passion incomparable, and they inspired true greatness. Simply, they were unstoppable! ESPN Classic honours these – and other – legends with a month-long four-part series entitled Ford Unstoppable Weekends, beginning this weekend (March 24/25) and continuing each weekend through April 14/15 …
ESPN Classic celebrates its five-year anniversary on September 7, 2006, as Canada’s only 24-hour sports network dedicated exclusively to revisiting the most memorable moments in sports history.
Take a walk down memory lane with ESPN Classic, Canada’s only 24-hour sports network exclusively dedicated to revisiting the most memorable moments in sports history. From Wayne Gretzky’s first NHL goal to Joe Montana’s final touchdown pass, ESPN Classic takes fans back in time to relive the greatest triumphs, comebacks, upsets and achievements from across the sports spectrum.
Programming highlights for 2004-2005.
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