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Tell us your favourite sporting moment and win a 42″ LG70YD flatscreen TV, worth over $2,000.

What’s your all-time favourite Australian sporting moment?

Was it Warnie’s killer ball to Gatting? Beating the Yanks in the America’s Cup? Steven Bradbury’s gold medal at the Winter Olympics? Or something else.

We want to hear about the events or incidents that you’re still talking about today.

To help you get into the mood, we’re giving away a brand new 42 inch LG flat-screen TV to the best answer we receive.

Not just any TV, mind you, but a new hi-end LG LG70YD LCD TV. Yup, it’s the top of the range for the top of the class. The Roar class, that is. The LG70YD has a crystal clear display, super-fast refresh rates and a unique ‘Sport Mode’, which makes watching sport feel more exciting by emphasizing the vivid primary colours and optimizing the TV for great sporting action.

Win this LG70YD - proudly supported by LG and The Roar
LG and The Roar.

So leave a comment under this post telling us your all-time favourite Australian sporting moment, and you could be watching sport on a TV that makes you feel like you’re right there, at the match.

Bonus prize: Forward this contest onto your mates, too. Whoever sends it to the most people will win $250 worth of tickets from our friends at

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Ok, so start your engines and get Roaring. Entries close on Friday 31st October 2008 – with the winners announced on this post that day.

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