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Programs for ESPN2 on Sunday, May 24, 2020
12:00 AM
2019 Jelle's Marble Runs (Repeat) Marbles are put through unique events in an Olympic-style competition, as the teams look to accumulate the most points and fastest times in the various events.
12:30 AM
UFC Sound Waves Conor McGregor (Repeat, TV-14) The best wired-for-sound moments from Conor McGregor are showcased, including his press conference antics, trash talking, and in fight conversations. Conor McGregor(Guest)
1:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
2:00 AM
SportsCenter The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
3:00 AM
SportsCenter The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
4:00 AM
Red Bull Homestretch Real-world drivers from different disciplines, including motocross and IndyCar, race virtually against musicians, athletes, celebrities and media personalities.
5:00 AM
Red Bull Homestretch Real-world drivers from different disciplines, including motocross and IndyCar, race virtually against musicians, athletes, celebrities and media personalities.
6:00 AM
Formula 1 Racing Monaco Grand Prix from Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo, Monaco Defending champion Lewis Hamilton won his second-straight race with a victory at Spain to increase his lead over Sebastian Vettel to 17 points. Martin Brundle(Commentator), Damon Hill(Commentator), Johnny Herbert(Commentator), Paul di Resta(Commentator), Anthony Davidson(Commentator)
8:30 AM
Formula 1 Racing Monaco Grand Prix from Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo, Monaco Two-time defending series champion Lewis Hamilton gained sole possession of first with his win at Spain; Daniel Ricciardo won the race last year.
11:00 AM
F2 Esports Pro Series Virtual Grand Prix: Monaco Guanyu Zhou battled with Arthur Leclerc before spinning him out on Lap 6 and running away with a dominant win in the first virtual F2 race at Barcelona.
12:00 PM
F1 Esports Pro Series Pro Exhibition: Monaco Frede Rasmussen returned after Brazil, and battled with Bari Broumand and Dani Bereznay before securing the win at virtual Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
1:00 PM
F1 Esports Pro Series Virtual Grand Prix: Monaco George Russell battled with two-race winner Charles Leclerc, passing him late in the race to secure the win at virtual Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
2:30 PM
F1 Esports Pro Series Virtual Grand Prix: Spanish Alex Albon ended the two-race win streak of Charles Leclerc with his victory at virtual Interlagos, battling back-and-forth with Leclerc throughout the race.
3:00 PM
Classic's Motor Sports 2006 Indy 500 from Indianapolis Motor Speedway Helio Castroneves won the last two races after his win at Motegi to increase his lead over Dan Wheldon, who won his first Indy 500 last year, to 42 points.
5:00 PM
Classic's Motor Sports 2011 Indy 500 from Indianapolis Motor Speedway Will Power comes off his second win in the last three races to move into first over Dario Franchitti, who won the Indy 500 last year, by 14 points.
7:00 PM
Classic's Motor Sports 2014 Indy 500 from Indianapolis Motor Speedway Simon Pagenaud comes off a win at the Indianapolis Grand Prix, while Ryan Hunter-Reay cut his deficit to Will Power to one point; Tony Kanaan won last year.
9:00 PM
30 for 30 Lance, Part 1 (New, TV-14) A chronicle of one of the most inspirational – and then infamous – athletes of all time, Lance Armstrong, who was stripped of seven Tour de France titles.
11:00 PM
One for the Ages (Repeat) Behind-the-scenes and cinematic footage showcases LSU's record-setting run to the 2020 National Championship behind Ed Orgeron and Heisman winner Joe Burrow.
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