Contrary to popular belief, (some) tech-heads are also sports enthusiasts, and where do geeks go for their sports fix? Why, the internet, of course!
Here are Gizmodo’s top YouTube picks – if you’ve got your own favourites, don’t keep ’em to yourself – share them with us in the comments!
Cricket Australia TV
The official YouTube channel for Cricket Australia, the channel offers exclusive interviews with Australia’s finest cricketers, as well as video blogs, and analysis of matches.
Universal Sports Network
The YouTube home of World Championship sporting events, the Sports Network showcases the golden moments in sports that have been captured on video – victories, defeat, blunders, and humiliation.
Driving Sports TV
For lovers of fast cars, DSTV looks into all aspects of the fast and furious sport, featuring interviews with drivers, footage from races, and even exclusives with those who have developed racing car video games.
Is it still a sport if it’s mostly staged? Yes? No? No? Oh, well, let’s be open-minded and accept Total Nonstop Action Wrestling as a sport, because why not! Watch classic matches, the latest TNA news and match previews, and be the first to view exclusive interviews.
When the gruff and rough is more your kind of thing, you can’t go past the highlights of NRL on the BigPond sports channel. All the best moments from 2009 caught on video and uploaded into the one spot.
Playing with balls is Gizmodo AU’s week-long look at the technology behind the sports we love, from the jerseys to the balls and everything in between. Go the Everton!