Dust off your running shoes and pump up the football, these sporting books are sure to motivate you to get back in the game.
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5 stars 8 commentsMy Fight Your Fight: The Official Ronda Rousey autobiography
by Ronda Rousey
The inspirational memoir from UFC's biggest star
4 stars 2 commentsThat Night: A Decade On, The Story Of Australian Football’s Greatest Night
by Adam Peacock
Wednesday, November 16, 2005. Wednesday, November 16, 2005.80,000 people at the Olympic Stadium in Sydney, millions around the country couldn’t believe what they had witnessed. The Socceroos, after a 32 year wait had qualified for World Cup.80,000 people at the Olympic Stadium in Sydney, millions around the country couldn’t believe what they had witnessed.The Socceroos, after a 32 year wait had qualified for World Cup.
5 stars 2 commentsCREZZA: From AFL glory to prison and the long road to redemption.
by Daryn Cresswell
From football fame to a prison term: how the ex-Sydney Swan is rebuilding his life.
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Twirlymen: The Unlikely History of Cricket's Greatest Spin Bowlers
by Amol Rajan
From W. G. Grace to Shane Warne, Twirlymen is an essential look at that most eccentric of cricketers - the spin bowler
The Last Champions: Leeds United and the Year that Football Changed Forever
by Dave Simpson
The triumph and tragedy of the Leeds team that won the First Division championship in 1992 - and a very different era in football history
4 stars 2 commentsThe Bad Boys of Footy
by Matthew Webber
Crossing all four winter codes, The Bad Boys of Footy shines a critical light on the tales of a host contemporary footballing miscreants those who've tripped up, boozed, lied, cheated, whacked, thumped, kicked, scratched, frittered, robbed, and bottomed out.
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100 Essential Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know About Sport
by John Barrow
From the author of 100 Essential Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know, a companion volume perfectly timed for the Olympic Games
Roule Britannia: Great Britain and the Tour de France
by William Fotheringham
William Fotheringham's critically acclaimed history of Britons in the Tour de France now fully revised and updated to include Bradley Wiggins 2012 victory.
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Ben Ainslie: Close to the Wind: Britain's Greatest Olympic Sailor
by Ben Ainslie
The world's greatest racing sailor - three-times Olympic champion Ben Ainslie tells his story
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