Australia is well on its way hosting the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast (which is going by the handle ‘GC2018’) and plenty of people have made their way to Queensland to watch the Games live. For those of us who won’t be able to get to the sunny shores of the Gold Coast to see the action, the good news is that all the sporting action is being broadcast live and free. Having started on April 4, and ending on April 15, the Commonwealth Games will be broadcast to a global audience of about 1.5 billion people, and below you’ll find Aussie instructions on how you can keep up with the athletes from 71 nations and territories of the Commonwealth competing for the 852 medals to be won. Best TVs for sport: catch all the action on these sports-ready televisions Want to watch your favourite events on a TV that’s geared to bring out the best? We’ve listed out our top picks for the best TVs for sport. Mark the calendar The 21st edition of the Commonwealth Games is the biggest sporting event to be held on the Gold Coast, although Australia has hosted the event four times already. The opening ceremony, in all its colourful grandeur, was held on April 4, and a full schedule of sporting events, including athletics, gymnastics, cycling, and Australia’s favourite discipline, swimming, just to name a few, are well under way, with plenty of medals already bagged by Australia in the pool… [Read full story]
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