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  • It's Not The Winning That Countsby Max Davidson

    Little, Brown Book Group 2010; US$ 9.99

    From Ancient Greece to the Beijing Olympics, sport has delivered thrilling victories and gut-wrenching defeats, but moments of good sportsmanship are increasingly rare. Is chivalry dead? Or have rumours of its demise been exaggerated? Whether displayed by an Australian sculler or an Egyptian judoka, sportsmanship has come in many guises. It's... more...

  • Great Marathon Running: Flashby Tim Rogers

    Hodder & Stoughton 2011; US$ 7.99

    Great Marathon Running is a short, simple and to-the-point guide to how to train for and successfully complete a marathon. Whatever the aim - whether to be quick, raise money or just finish - in just 96 pages readers will discover the essential training points and how to go from complete starter to marathon runner in just a few months. Ideal for the... more...

  • Fields Of Courageby Max Davidson

    Little, Brown Book Group 2011; US$ 10.99

    The history of sport is littered with tales of exemplary courage: sportsmen and women pushing their bodies through the pain barrier, or defying career-threatening injuries, in quest of victory. From the goalkeeper who played in a FA Cup Final with a broken neck to the batsman who saved a Test match with his arm in plaster, their heroics have inspired... more...

  • Roy on the Riseby Andrew Symonds

    Hardie Grant Books 2008; US$ 34.95

    Never far from trouble, Andrew ‘Roy' Symonds takes us on journey through his latest cricketing adventures. Roy On Tour follows Symonds from victory at the 2007 Cricket World Cup tournament in the West Indies and the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 Championship in South Africa, through to the triseries against India and the IPL Twenty20 Tournament,... more...

  • Wattoby Shane Watson; Jimmy Thomson

    Allen & Unwin 2011; US$ 18.17

    The incredibly forthright autobiography from Australia's most consistent cricketer, and recently anointed new vice captain, is a compelling, inspiring and surprising account of his journey from great potential to deep despair and then personal triumph. more...

  • The Best XIby Geoffrey Boycott

    Penguin Books Ltd 2009; US$ 14.09

    Who'd make it into the best England team ever? And you can chose anyone, regardless of when they might have played. Would W.G. Grace be playing alongside Denis Compton and David Gower? Or Kevin Pietersen? The debate could be endless, so who better to make the selection than Geoffrey Boycott, himself one of England's all-time highest scoring Test... more...

  • What Sport Tells Us About Lifeby Ed Smith

    Penguin Books Ltd 2008; US$ 14.09

    There is a huge category of sports fan: people who love a bloody good argument. Sport makes them think, engage and argue. Given that people already take sport so very seriously, and at such an intense level of enquiry, then Ed Smith concludes we should draw out some of sport's intellectual lessons and practical uses What Sport Teaches Us About Life... more...

  • Twirlymenby Amol Rajan

    Random House 2011; US$ 12.68

    They are the masters of deception, the jokers in the pack; illusionists conjuring wickets out of thin air with nothing more than an ambled approach and a wonky grip. Not for them the brutish physicality of the pace bowler nor the reactive slogging of the batsman. Theirs is a more cerebral art. They stand alone in a team sport. They are Twirlymen.... more...

  • Eat This Bookby Ryan Nerz

    St. Martin's Press 2006; US$ 6.79

    Journalist Ryan Nerz spent a year penetrating the highest echelons of international competitive eating and Eat This Book is the fascinating and gut-bustingly hilarious account of his journey. Nerz gives us all the facts about the history of the IFOCE (Independent Federation of Competitive Eating)--from the story of a clever Nathan's promotion that... more...

  • The Sports Bookby Ray Stubbs

    Dorling Kindersley Ltd 2011; Not Available

    This is the ultimate armchair companion to practically every sport ever invented, put together with sports fantatic Ray Stubbs. Check out the rules, history, players and events for over 250 of the world's greatest sports: from basketball to bobsleigh, karate to korfball, and synchronised swimming to ski jumping. Stay ahead in the world of sport... more...