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My Favourite Year by Nick Hornby
Writings on football edited by Nick Hornby. Works include Roddy Doyle, Nick Hornby and many others.
In Black and White by Donald McRae
In 1936 Jesse Owens won four gold medals at the Olympic games in Berlin.
Two years later Joe Louis ended white domination in boxing.
Since then these two sportsmen have had uncertain futures.
Donald McRae chronicles their fall from the dizzy heights of stardom through no fault of their own.
Zen of Muhammad Ali by Davis Miller
The Zen of Muhammad Ali and Other Obsessions tells us of fighting, living, friendship and love.
Bull Fever by Kenneth Tynan
Kenneth Tynan's two compulsions were drama and bullfighting.
In this book Tynan brings to life all the drama and the pathos of the ring.
He doesn't hold back when it comes to death, not just of the bulls but the bullfighters also.
His account of the death of Manuel Rodriguez Manolete is harrowing and complete.
Games Climbers Play by Ken Wilson
With over 100 articles on mountaineering taken from contemporary magazines and journals, this anthology is a must for the climbing enthusiast.
Cricket Umpiring and Scoring by Tom Smith
This book contains the laws of cricket, updated after a revision in 2000.
The Damned Utd by David Peace
Brian Clough was one of the most controversial of managers, if not the most controversial.
His ability to get the most out of average players astounded even his fiercest critics, and probably his fellow managers.
This novel is centered around his brief stay at Leeds United.
Fowler My Autobiography by Robert Fowler
Robbie looks back at what was, what wasn't and what might have been, as well as looking to the future.
The Ryder Cup by Dale-Concannon
This book brings you through the early days of the Ryder Cup with archive photographs.
It features the modern game up to the middle of the last decade with wonderful photographs and accounts of important matches.
How to Win at Golf Without Actually Playing Well by Jon Winokur
Here is a guide to winning at golf even if you can`t play well, using psychology as your most important tool.
Champion's Story by Bob Champion
Bob Champion faced the trauma of discovering he had cancer with courage and honesty.
He fought the disease with the same gusto that he used when riding his many winners on the horse racing track.
This is his story.
Jonjo by Jonjo O'Neill
Jonjo has had mixed fortunes during his illustrious career as a jockey.
He has rode wonderful races but also courted disaster with crippling accidents.
Here is his story.
Ryans Master by Jane Fuller
Showjumping, the horses, the routines, the lifestyle.
History of the Rugby World Cup by Gerald Davies
The Rugby World Cup 2003 in Australia.
This book details the players, interviews with the players, a guide to games played after 1987.
The Autobiography by Martin Johnson
Martin Johnson has achieved a great deal in rugby.
He captained England to World Cup victory in 2003, a feat not repeated since.
This is his story.
Autobiography of J P R Williams
This multi-talented International Rugby player could sing as well as he played.
Now he is a successful doctor who has turned his attention to sporting injuries.
Anyone Can Run by Joan Geraghty
Joan Geraghty started running by practicing on the treadmill in the gym.
She built up her regime to the point where she runs every day.
She has great tips on progressing your running skills in a healthy way.
The Laser Campaign Manual by Ben Ainslie
Here are the secrets that won Ben Ainslie a Gold Medal at the Olympics in words, photo-sequences, video clips and his own commentary.
Alex Through the Looking Glass by Alex Higgins
Alex Higgins, the phenomenon.
Fiery, charismatic, a time-bomb of nervous energy.
This autobiography takes you through Alex's tempestuous life from his hustling days as a teenager through his time at the peak of his game.
My Life and Game by Bjorn Borg
Bjorn Born speaks of his tennis game and how it affected his life.
There are also instructions on game play, useful to anybody who wants to improve their game.
Skills and Tactics of Tennis by Tony Mottram
With plenty of photographs and diagrams, this book takes you through the various skills you need to become a proficient player of tennis.