We’re down to the final two Over the last two weeks, we’ve pitted sporting legends up against each other to try and determine the greatest comeback of all time. Now we’re down to the last two. Today’s final sees Tyson Fury takes on Niki Lauda. It’s a clash of two... View Article
The Greatest Comeback
The Greatest Comeback: Dennis Taylor’s 1985 World Snooker Championship victory or Niki Lauda’s two comeback F1 world titles?
Which of these comebacks will make the final two? With one spot in the final decided, we move onto the second semi-final matchup to determine who takes on Tyson Fury to be crowned as our Greatest Comeback in sporting history. The second place in Wednesday’s final is up for grabs,... View Article
Who will be our first finalist? Our Greatest Comeback competition started with 16 of the most memorable turnarounds in sporting history. Now we’re down to the final four. The first place in Wednesday’s final is on the line today as Ian Botham’s display in the third Test of the 1981... View Article
The Greatest Comeback: Dennis Taylor’s 1985 World Snooker Championship triumph or Liverpool’s 2005 Champions League win?
Who’ll make it into the semi-finals? We’ve seen some huge names drop by the wayside in our Greatest Comeback tournament so far. And now we’ve reached the last of the quarter-finals, will only one place remaining in the final four. After knocking out Barcelona’s 6-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain in... View Article
The Greatest Comeback: Man Utd’s 1999 Champions League victory or Niki Lauda’s comeback F1 world championships?
Which comeback will you vote for? We’ve reached quarter-final number three in our journey to unearth the greatest sporting comeback of all time. Manchester United’s late, great comeback in the 1999 Champions League final is up first, with two goals in three injury-time minutes securing the famous trophy. But that’ll... View Article
The Greatest Comeback: Lester Piggott in the 1990 Breeder’s Cup Mile or Tyson Fury winning the WBC title?
Who will you vote for today? Our quest to discover the greatest sporting comeback of all time continues today with the second quarter-final match-up. First up is Lester Piggott, whose return to racing at the age of 54 to win the Breeder’s Cup Mile was voted ahead of the New... View Article
Which moment gets your vote? We’ve almost reached the semi-finals in our search to find the Greatest Comeback of all time, but who will progress? In today’s quarter-final we have Ian Botham’s inspiring 1981 Ashes performance at Headingley, which beat Aldaniti and Bob Champion’s 1981 Grand National win to make... View Article
The Greatest Comeback: Cleveland Cavaliers 2016 NBA Finals victory or Liverpool’s 2005 Champions League final win?
Who gets your vote today’s Greatest Comeback poll? Seven quarter-final spots have been decided, and we’ve got our final two sensational comebacks ready to go head to head for the eighth and final spot. We’ve had some historic horse racing moments, footballing redemptions, a rugby world cup masterclass, and many... View Article
Who will be today’s winner? Our search for the Greatest Comeback in sport continues today with two more hopefuls looking to reach the next round. Two incredible performances from different sports and different eras are set to face-off, with Dennis Taylor’s 1985 World Snooker Championship win coming up against Barcelona’s... View Article
Which of our memorable comebacks gets your vote in our poll? Our hunt for the greatest sporting comeback of all time continues, with another pair of unbelievable comebacks from one of the all-time golf greats, and a former F1 star driver. We’ve looked at some great moments already, including Manchester... View Article