Despite having two hugely successful documentaries made about his scandalous cycling career, Lance Armstrong remains a magnet in the genre. This ESPN 30 for 30 double header is something of a sequel to the first two, showing Lance as he pieces together his shattered reputation. Find out how to watch it right here.
Lance 30 for 30 TV Preview
The story of the most controversial cyclist of all time is so enthralling that ESPN had given it another angle. Lance Armstrong rocked the cycling world after beating testicular cancer to become a seven-time Tour De France winner. Doping was rife within the sport at the time, and for many years Armstong denied that he was using performance-enhancing drugs, even though suspicions were high.
But that all changed when he came clean live on Oprah. It is at this time that Armstrong reinvented himself, and hoped to change the way people viewed him in light of what he had done — which was basically cheating his way to millions of dollars worth of sponsorship deals and prize money!
Where to Watch or Stream Lance in Australia
Lance aired on ESPN here in Australia, and is now available with Foxtel and Kayo. To watch on Foxtel with a Standard or HD TV, you have several choices, including subscribing to the Foxtel Plus pack to access over 50 channels of entertainment, drama, lifestyle, docos, reality and more. You also have the option to watch sports docos online using Foxtel Now (Pop or Sports pack), which currently has a 10 day free trial. Both choices include the option to stream programs free using the Foxtel Go app and an eligible mobile device.
Replays of Lance are also available on Fox Sports in Australia. Fox Sports will be offering full replays via Foxtel and Foxtel Now, for fans who want to view shows on demand.
Alternatively, you can access Fox Sports with Foxtel from Telstra. Foxtel from Telstra (including Foxtel Now from Telstra) offers the exact same programming as Foxtel but is often available at reduced pricing or with a no lock-in contract. With every Foxtel from Telstra package you can likewise stream Lance free using the Foxtel Go app.
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Stream Lance 30 for 30 with Kayo Sports
Alternatively, you can watch Lance with the Kayo Sports streaming service which currently has a 14 day free trial. Kayo offers the exact same channels and sports as Foxtel, but with a reduced price plan (Basic or Premium) and no lock-in contract. For fans who want to catch up on some of the best sports documentaries around, as well as over 50 live sports, Kayo offers game changing features including Interactive Graphics, SplitView and Key Moments, which enhance your viewing experience.
With Kayo you can stream sports replays to a variety of compatible mobile devices. Eligible devices include select PCs and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, the Google Chromecast, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers, with new apps and platforms arriving soon. Other sports action on Kayo includes the V8 Supercars as well as the AFL and more.
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Lance On Demand Schedule
The Lance 30 for 30 documentary aired on ESPN in Australia. There is no Lance free to air option, it is exclusively available with Foxtel (Foxtel Now / Foxtel from Telstra) and Kayo. Here’s the on demand TV schedule:
|Lance (30for 30) parts 1&2||120 minutes||Foxtel / Kayo|
Mobile Device List (Kayo)
The following are the list of compatible mobile and internet connected devices for which you can stream Kayo whether at home or on the go, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
Devices supported on Kayo
– PC/Mac: Yes – MacOS 10.12+ (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) & Windows 10 (Chrome, Firefox, Edge); web browser only
– iOS/Android Phones/Tablets: Yes – Via native apps (iOS 11+ and Android 6+)
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Chromecast Ultra, 3rd Generation and Chromecast with Google TV for optimal streaming
– Telstra TV: Yes – Split View not available; Telstra TV1 limited to 720p
– Android TV: Yes – Via
– Samsung Smart TVs: Yes – 2017 and later models
– PS4 and Xbox One: Soon – App in development
– Apple TV: Yes – tvOS 11+, 4th Generation or higher
Must See Docos for Sports Fans
Once you have watched Lance Parts 1 & 2, we have suggested a few other stand out sports documentaries that are sure to whet your appetite.
Ablett: One Special Season (Foxtel and Kayo)
In the early 1990s, Gary Ablett Senior had seemingly fallen out of love with AFL. So much so that in 1992, after a season of injuries and personal problems, he decided to call it a day. But, in 1993, Gary was offered a different role in his beloved Geelong team, in a different position – and what followed was one of the most phenomenal seasons for an individual player in AFL history.
Mick Fanning – Lightning Strikes Thrice (Foxtel and Kayo)
In 2013, Mick Fanning only needed to make it to the semi-finals at Pipe to become a World Champion for the third time. This documentary not only shows what happened on that memorable day but also shows Mick’s scintillating form throughout the year on some of the world’s best waves. Watch Mick Fanning – Lightning Strikes Thrice for free with Kayo’s 14 day free trial.
Rodman – For Better or Worse (Foxtel and Kayo)
Dennis Rodman was one of the NBA’s most extrovert stars during his playing days when he won 5 NBA championships with the Pistons and the Bulls. This documentary taps perfectly into this complex man, who often made as many headlines off the court as on it. Watch Rodman: For Better Or Worse with Kayo’s free 14 day trial.