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  • Eddy Merckx: The Cannibalby Daniel Friebe

    Ebury Publishing 2012; US$ 14.38

    'The whole point of a race is to find a winner... I chose to race, so I chose to win.' For 14 years between 1965 and 1978, cyclist Edouard Louis Joseph Merckx simply devoured his rivals, their hopes and their careers. His legacy resides as much in the careers he ruined as the 445 victories - including five Tour de France wins and... more...

  • Wheelmenby Reed Albergotti; Vanessa O'Connell

    Penguin Publishing Group 2013; US$ 18.00

    The first in-depth look at Lance Armstrong's doping scandal, the phenomenal business success built on the back of fraud, and the greatest conspiracy in the history of sports Lance Armstrong won a record-smashing seven Tours de France after staring down cancer, and in the process became an international symbol of resilience and courage. In a sport... more...

  • Fever Pitchby Nick Hornby

    Penguin Publishing Group 1998; US$ 16.00

    ?Whether you are interested in football or not, this is tears-running-down-your-face funny, read-bits-out-loud-to-complete-strangers funny, but also highly perceptive and honest about Hornby?s obsession and the state of the game.? ? GQ  more...

  • Unbrokenby Laura Hillenbrand

    HarperCollins Publishers 2011; Not Available

    The incredible true story of Louis Zamperini, now a major motion picture directed by Angelina Jolie. more...

  • Open Looksby John Saker

    Awa Press 2015; US$ 9.99

    John Saker is a writer and New Zealand?s first professional basketball player. He is a specialist wine writer and the author of How to Drink a Glass of Wine , Pinot Noir: The New Zealand Story , and Vinacular: A Wine Lover?s A?Z . more...

  • Wynieby Wynie Strydom; Alita Steenkamp

    Penguin Random House South Africa 2015; US$ 12.00

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  • Men in White Suitsby Simon Hughes

    Transworld 2015; US$ 30.38

    In Men in White Suits , Simon Hughes meets some of the most colourful characters to have played for Liverpool Football Club during the 1990s. The resulting interviews, set against the historical backdrop of both the club and the city, deliver a rich portrait of life at Anfield during a decade when on-field frustrations were symptomatic... more...

  • It's Not About Perfectby Shannon Miller; Danny Peary

    St. Martin's Press 2015; US$ 26.99

    Shannon Miller remains the most decorated gymnast in American history. She received her law degree from Boston College. Shannon is the founder and president of Shannon Miller Lifestyle, a company dedicated to empowering women to make their health a priority. Shannon lives in Florida with her husband, son Rocco and newest addition, their miracle... more...

  • Billy Martinby Bill Pennington

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2015; US$ 30.00

    1 ?Bless me, father, for I have sinned,? Billy Martin said. He was in second grade. Billy did this every Friday in 1936, entering the confessional of St. Ambrose Church to sit before the same priest, Father Dennis Moore. Like most second-graders, Billy did not actually have that many wrong deeds to tell Father Moore about. To what could he possibly... more...

  • Interestingby Steve Davis

    Ebury Publishing 2015; US$ 31.98

    Steve Davis was just a rookie from Plumstead, south London, learning how to play from an old book his snooker-obsessed father had given him, when an encounter with Barry Hearn changed his life forever. With his backing, Steve began touring the country in a clapped-out car as an amateur. Challenging established professionals and winning titles, supported... more...