643 books (33 pages) in this category
Injury Prevention and Treatments for Athletes
by John Vonhof
Foot pain and injuries can thwart even the most experienced athletes. Foot expert and ultra runner John Vonhof discredits the conventional wisdom of 'no pain, no gain,' teaching instead how the interplay of anatomy, biomechanics, and footwear ...
by Wade N. Brooks
by G.E.M. SKUES
Attorney G. M. Skues drew upon his vast experience as a recreational fisherman to write this masterpiece of the fly fishing genre, in which he established sunken flies as essential tools for the well-equipped angler. Originally published in ...
by Mark Mitchell
Lennie's great-grandfather played for the Cheetahs. So did his grandfather. So did his dad. They're footy legends. Lennie knows he's not legend material. When Calvin Calamari, a specky player, drop-punts in from up north into the Cheetahs' ...Audio Book
by Elliot Cartledge
This is the story of the glory days of AFL, before corporations and big business made AFL the national juggernaut that it is today. When football was a high scoring, bruising tribal contest with cult figures, suburban rivalries and local grounds
by James Lawton
Sunday Times Sports Book of the Year 2015Sometimes you love a football team not only for their strengths, the splendour of their play and the appealing thrust of their character, but also the haunting possibility that their best hopes may never ...
by Bruce Jones
When a grid of cars assembled at Silverstone in 1950 for the first round of a new Formula One World Championship, the people concerned would have had no idea that they were setting out on what was to become the world's most spectacular ...
A Photographic Celebration of F1's Greatest Moments
by Bernard Cahier
Structured around three sections: Drivers and Rivalries, Teams and Cars, and Tragedy and Triumph of the Circuits, The Pursuit of Speed captures the intensity and beauty of the sport. ...
by Craig Foster
In Fozz on Football, Craig Foster will explain the game and how Australia can develop to become a serious threat to footballing nations. He will explore the national styles of various influential countries and how that translates into a game ...
by Barry and Alan Wood
by Bruce Burk
Originally published: 3rd ed. Piscataway, N.J.: Winchester Press, c1988. ...
by Stig Wemyss
At Belinda's school, boys play soccer and girls play volleyball. But Belinda wants to play soccer. She's good at it, really good, but she's a girl. Something's got to give... ...Audio Book
by Mark Hodgkinson
What better way to improve your tennis - and to gain a new appreciation for the sport - than by discovering the secrets of the world's greatest players and coaches? Reading this book is to feel as though you are receiving personal tuition from ...
A Chronicle of Sport Hunting and Conservation
by Chris R. Klineburger
A country-by-country history of the opening of the golden age of worldhunting that followed... ...
The A-League's Teams, Players, Coaches and Greatest Moments
by Roy Hay
In eleven short years Australia’s A-League has become one of the most competitive and enertaining sports in this country. It is producing great games, great goals, great players and the most committed fans of any sport. In 2016 any one of ...
by Peter Wilmoth
The Victorian city of Geelong has a great story to tell. Geelong: In Our Own Words is a biographical retrospective of 32 impressive and influential people from this regional hub, collated into a visually stunning coffee-table book. Featuring ...
England's 1966 Hero Selects His Finest Ever Footballers
by Geoff Hurst
Sir Geoff Hurst, from his vantage point as a true national hero and international football ambassador - and still the only man ever to score a hat-trick in a World Cup Final - risks controversy as he narrows down football's finest to a select 50
by Robert Armstrong
by Adam Cort
by Dan Fost