Who's on the shortlist for the 2017 BBC Sports Personality of the Year?

Who will win this years BBC Sports Personality of the Year award? 2017 has been an exceptional year for all the contenders. Among the favorites to win this year are boxing superstar Anthony Joshua, goal scoring sensation Harry Kane and four-time Formula 1 world champion, Lewis Hamilton.

David Haye weighs in on his new boxing deal with Dave

With over 30 fights and 28 wins under his belt, former world heavyweight and cruiserweight champion David Haye is looking for the next challenge. He’s paired up with leading boxing promoter Richard Schaefer to launch the careers of four future boxing champions.

Over the next three years, UKTV channel Dave will be showing off the pair’s new signings in a series of boxing fight nights.

Sky VR gets up close with the Haka

In partnership with Sky Sports, Sky VR is bringing rugby union closer than ever before in this powerful documentary which will bring the legacy of the Haka to light.

The film, says Sky VR’s executive producer Neil Graham “transports the viewer into the heart of the world’s most iconic sporting and cultural ritual.”

The virtual reality film follows the journey of a young Maori man as he explores the ancient cultural traditions which drive rugby in New Zealand.

Sky Sports to show every match in ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup

The matches will be available on TV and across other Sky Sports platforms, making Sky the first-ever UK broadcaster to show every game of an ICC Women’s World Cup.

Viewers will be able to enjoy the excitement and drama of every moment, as England look to reclaim the trophy that they last won in 2009. 

Ex-England captain Charlotte Edwards will join Isa Guha in the studio for the final at Lord’s to bring viewers all the action as it unfolds. 

BT announces live UEFA Champions League coverage in virtual reality

BT has revealed plans to broadcast the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League finals for free on YouTube, the BT website, BT Sport channels and the BT app for 2017.

The UEFA Champions League final will be broadcast for the first time in 4K UHD with Dolby Atmos on BT Sport and 4K UHD on YouTube, with multiple 360 degree streams on Youtube and the new BT Sport VR App, which allows viewers to choose their own camera viewpoint as well as commentary and graphics.