Why Trans World Sport is somehow still a thing

The preserve of the early morning childhoods of many readers remains relevant in the digital age, writes Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
30th June, 2017

It was the first place to bring the Williams sisters to the global stage. It ranks Sepak takraw as important as the Champions League. It was always on terribly early and, somehow, it's still on to this day.

Trans World Sport really doesn't belong in the modern era. Short form content on YouTube combined with other social networks have made mass access to a broad range of sports easy. Compilation magazine programmes are comparatively cumbersome...

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