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Magic Millions to dazzle on Seven

By 7SPORT, SPORT

Live and free this Saturday from the Gold Coast

Australia’s glittering Magic Millions Raceday takes centre stage on the Seven Network this Saturday, when fans will enjoy Summer Racing’s biggest day, with all the live and free thoroughbred racing action and trackside colour from the picturesque Gold Coast Turf Club.

One of the strongest fields ever assembled will contest the jewel in the crown, the $2 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic (1200m), with the Ciaron Maher trained and aptly-named filly Coolangatta the unbeaten favourite.

Saturday’s live coverage begins at 1.00pm AEDT on 7two and 7plus and will be anchored by Australia’s pre-eminent sport broadcaster Bruce McAvaney.

Bruce will be joined by Seven’s unbeatable commentary team led by Hamish McLachlan from the Gold Coast including Katelyn Mallyon, Emma Freedman and Lizzie Jelfs, while Kate Waterhouse will cover all the trackside fashion and fun from the dazzling event.

Having cemented its reputation on the international racing scene as a must-attend event for racing’s elite, punters and fashionistas alike, the $2 million Classic is the highlight of Magic Millions Raceday, a $10.5 million, nine-race program that includes seven races worth over $1 million each.

Another key feature is the $2 million Magic Millions Guineas (1400m) for three-year-olds. Jamaea will start as one of the favourites in the event, with the star filly’s main competition expected to come from King of Sparta and Starman.

Magic Millions Raceday is just the beginning. Fans can strap themselves in for an epic weekend of sport on Seven, featuring the fifth Ashes Test, Big Bash League, AFLW and the NFL Wild Card round.

It is all set to kick off today with the Fifth Test in Hobart between Australia and England from 2.00pm AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate.

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Australia turns up the heat

By 7SPORT, SPORT

Seven’s Adelaide Test day one reaches 4.03 million

Australians flocked to the Seven Network yesterday for day one of the Second Test, with the live and free coverage reaching 4.03 million people and peaking at 1.43 million.

With the Aussies well on top by stumps with 2-221 following gutsy performances at the crease by David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne, Seven recorded an average audience of 1.15 million viewers nationally for yesterday’s third session and 787,000 in the capital cities.

The second session had 858,000 viewers nationally and 583,000 in the capital cities, while 650,000 viewers nationally tuned in for the first session and 426,000 in the capital cities. All sessions dominated their timeslots, ranking #1 in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people. Seven delivered 75% of the Ashes broadcast audience across the capital cities and regional markets on a frustrating first day for the Poms, with Seven recording a capital-city share of 48.3% in total people and 46.4% in 25 to 54s from 6pm to midnight.

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The countdown is on

By 7SPORT, Olympics, SEVEN, SPORT

50 days to go until the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022

With only 50 days to go, excitement is building ahead of the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022. The only place Australians can witness all the thrills and spills when the Games commence on 4 February is on Seven and 7plus, Australia’s Home of the Winter Olympics.

With the recent Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 watched by more than 20 million viewers across 17 days, Australia and the world will reunite again to relish the adrenaline-pumping heights and sheer beauty of the Olympic Winter Games, featuring an impressive line-up of homegrown athletes with excellent medal chances.

Nothing brings Australians together for big cultural moments like an Olympic Games, Winter or Summer. Our Australian athletes and para athletes will once again be on the biggest stage competing with the world’s elite in the most spectacular setting of snow and ice.

Tokyo 2020 broke all viewing records and the Olympic Winter Games will break more records. There is simply no other event like it next year with a huge, unique and guaranteed prime time audience for brands to be part of across Channel 7, 7mate and 7plus. The smart brands choose to go where the audience will be and that place in 2022 will on Seven and 7plus on 4 February.       

Kurt Burnette, Seven’s Director of Olympics

Australia’s preparations are peaking at the right time, with medals won across World Cup championships all over Europe over last weekend.

Almost all were outdone by Aussie Curling duo Dean Hewitt and Tahli Gill, who created history by qualifying in the Mixed Doubles Event for the very first time since Curling became a full Olympic sport in 1998. The pair booked their spot when they defeated Korea in the final qualification tournament held in the Netherlands.

Don’t miss a minute of the action over 16 thrilling days of the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, all live and free on Seven and 7plus.

Exactly 12 days after the Flame is extinguished, a new one will be lit, signalling the start of the Paralympic Winter Games. Seven will bring Australians exclusive free-to-air coverage, including live streaming on 7plus for the first time.

Olympic Winter Games countdown: 50 days to go
Live and free on Seven and 7plus
The only place to see it all!

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First Look: Come together with The Voice Generations

By SEVEN

A singing competition for the ages lands in 2022

For one blockbuster week only, The Voice Generations, a global-first special event​ featuring superstar coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy is coming to Channel 7 and 7plus.

This is the reason why I’ve come back to Australia!

Rita Ora, UK hit machine (After witnessing one breath-taking Blind Audition)

In a massive twist on the world’s biggest singing competition, The Voice Generations sees the nation’s greatest voices​ from each generation come together to perform in The Voice arena. Expect show-stopping performances, tears and triumphs as the power of music connects generations like never before. 

Talented families, friends, neighbours and even students and teachers team up​ to vie for Voice glory in this special edition of the smash-hit series.

Across powerful Blind Auditions and epic Battles, the generations will sing head-to-head to claim their spot in the first-ever Voice Generations Grand Finale.  

Don’t miss The Voice Generations, a singing competition for the ages, when it arrives on Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

The Voice Generations is coming to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022

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Seven and 7plus rides the wave

By 7SPORT, SPORT

Seven extends partnership with World Surf League

Ride the wave on the Seven Network, with Seven extending its partnership as the free-to-air broadcaster of the World Surf League (WSL) to cover surfing’s biggest and most iconic events.

Following the sport’s triumphant debut at this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo, all of the WSL’s live contests and highlights shows across the 2022 season will be broadcast across Seven and live-streamed on 7plus, Australia’s #1 commercial free-to-air BVOD platform.

Live coverage on 7plus will include all stops of the world’s premier surfing competition, the WSL Championship Tour, along with the Challenger Series, the Rip Curl WSL Finals and Australian-based Qualifying Series events, while the deal will also see Seven broadcast the Rip Curl WSL Finals on free-to-air television as well as 11 hour-long highlights of Championship Tour events.

Surfing is as entrenched in Australian culture as any sport, so we’re stoked to continue our partnership with the World Surf League. We can’t wait to bring sport fans all the action from the world’s best surfing events, as we follow our surfers to some the most iconic beach destinations in the world, over the next year – all of it live and free on Seven and 7plus, your Home of Sport.”

Lewis Martin, Managing Director Seven Melbourne and Head of Network Sport

The elite shortboard action gets underway on 29 January when the WSL Championship Tour makes its long-awaited return with the men’s and women’s Billabong Pro Pipeline at the fabled Banzai Pipeline in Oahu, Hawaii.

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First Test a smash hit on Seven

By 7SPORT, SPORT

Aussie annihilation reaches 5.56 million

Australia’s emphatic victory over England in the first Ashes showdown was box-office viewing, with the Seven Network’s live and free coverage of the four days’ play at the Gabba reaching 5.56 million people and peaking at 1.1 million.

As England’s hopes were dashed by Australia’s bowling prowess in a series of quick wickets early on day four, Seven’s coverage reached 3.3 million Australians nationally and peaked at 1.17 million.

The first session yesterday had 716,000 viewers nationally and 487,000 in the capital cities, while 600,000 viewers nationally tuned in for the second session and 402,000 in the capital cities. All sessions dominated their timeslots, ranking #1 in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people.

The Seven Network delivered 78% of the Ashes broadcast audience on Saturday across the capital cities and regional as Australia toppled England by nine wickets to lead 1-0 in the five-match series, with Channel 7 up 154% year-on-year in total people and up 237% in 25 to 54s during day time.

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Aussies put Poms on the ropes on Seven

By 7SPORT, SPORT

Gabba Test day two reaches 2.82 million

Man of the moment Travis Head scored his first Ashes century on day two of the First Test at the Gabba yesterday to put Australia on the path to victory with a commanding 196-run lead, with the Seven Network’s live and free coverage reaching 2.82 million people and session three peaking at 1.36 million.

As the home team dominated at the crease to finish day two with a first innings total of 7/343, the third session delivered 954,000 viewers nationally and 639,000 in the capital cities.

The second session had 695,000 viewers nationally and 463,000 in the capital cities, while 556,000 viewers nationally tuned in for the first session and 369,000 in the capitals. All sessions dominated their timeslots ranking #1 in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people.

The Seven Network delivered 77% of the Ashes broadcast audience on Thursday across the capital cities and regional, with Channel 7 up 147% year-on-year in total people and up 173% in 25 to 54s during day time.

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Test summer off to a dream start on Seven

By 7SPORT, SPORT

Day one of First Test reaches 2.87 million

The highly-anticipated battle for the Ashes exploded into life at the Gabba yesterday, with the Seven Network’s live and free coverage reaching 2.87 million people and peaking at 1.74 million.

On an historic opening day when aggressive spells led by Aussie quicks Patrick Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood reduced England to their lowest Test score (147) on day one of an Ashes series for 63 years, the second session delivered 686,000 viewers nationally and 459,000 in the capital cities.

The first session had 586,000 viewers nationally and 386,000 in the capital cities. All sessions dominated their timeslots ranking #1 in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people.

The Seven Network delivered 75% of the Ashes broadcast audience on Wednesday across the capital cities, with Channel 7 up 98% year-on-year in total people during day time.

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Welcome to the jungle

By SEVEN

The new faces taking on SAS Australia’s most extreme course yet

One of the most talked about shows in the country, SAS Australia, returns in 2022 on Channel 7 and 7plus, with 17 star recruits who have volunteered for the toughest test of their lives – a series of physical and psychological tests from the real SAS selection process.

These Aussie celebrities will be cut off from the outside world at a brand-new base in unforgiving jungle terrain, bordered by wild seas, dramatic cliff faces and rugged rocky outcrops.

There, they will eat, sleep and train together in punishing conditions, with no allowances or exceptions made for their celebrity status or gender.

Guiding recruits through the most gruelling course yet is Chief Instructor Ant Middleton and returning DS (Directing Staff) Ollie Ollerton, joined for the first time by retired US Navy SEAL Clint Emerson and former British Special Forces soldier Dean Stott. The DS will push the celebrities beyond their limits, subjecting them to extreme physical endurance, sleep deprivation, interrogation and psychological testing. Some recruits will reach breaking point and withdraw. Who will have the mental strength to tough it out to the end?

The star recruits attempting to pass selection on the 2022 season of SAS Australia are:

  • Anna Heinrich, 34 – TV Personality
  • Barry Hall, 44 – AFL Great
  • Darius Boyd, 34 – Retired NRL Star
  • Ebanie Bridges, 35 – Champion Boxer
  • Ellia Green, 28 – Rugby Superstar
  • Geoff Huegill, 42 – Olympic Swimming Legend
  • Locky Gilbert, 32 – Reality TV Star
  • Melissa Tkautz, 47 – Singer / Actor
  • Melissa Wu, 29 – Olympic Diver
  • Michael Zerafa, 29 – Professional Boxer
  • Millie Boyle, 23 – NRLW Player
  • Orpheus Pledger, 28 – Actor
  • Paul Fenech, 51 – Comedian
  • Riana Crehan, 34 – Motorsports Presenter
  • Richard Buttrose, 49 – Convicted Drug Dealer
  • Simone Holtznagel, 28 – Model
  • Wayne Carey, 50 – AFL Commentator

SAS Australia is NEW in 2022 on Channel 7 and 7plus

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