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The Step-by-Step Guide to Taking Great Pictures
by Carlton Books
<DIV><P>Designed both for beginners and experts alike,<B> Practical Photography's Digital Camera School </B>delivers a unique photography course for all levels of ability and interest. Divided into 20 distinct subject-based projects, ...
And Other True Golf Stories
by Mike Clayton
<DIV><P>In <I><B>Preferred Lies</B></I>, veteran golf journalist Charles Happell and player and course architect Mike Clayton take you inside the ropes, drawing on their decades of experience in the game – from boarding Greg Norman’s
by Dave Gerr
Legend, Culture, Passion
by Stefano D'Amico
<DIV><P>Beginning with the history of the Alfa Romeo company itself, this lavish book includes rare archival material, some published here for the first time, along with historical posters and advertisements for Alfa Romeo, many of which were ...
by Sandy Lindsey
by DAVID RAPLEY
Features racing bikes from the last 100 years. Spectacular photography of racing machines from the Tour de France, the Olympics and World Championships, as well as bikes for everyday use. This breathtaking new Compilations gathers a hand-picked ...
by David Burch
Accomplished sweepers & tricky wingers
by Aubrey Ganguly
<DIV>This is the story of football as it's never been told before. A cock-eyed compilation of match reports, correspondence, and reminiscences from pundits, commentators, players, officials and spectators who weren't there but should ...
Embarrassing shanks & outrageous slices
by Aubrey Ganguly
<DIV>This is the story of golf as its never been told before. A dog-legged compilation of sports reports, spoof correspondence and reminiscences from pros, caddies, playing partners and armchair pundits: Mary Queen of Scots cheers herself up at ...
Hapless hookers & useless flankers
by Iain Spragg
<DIV>A lot of rucking and mauling has gone on since William Webb Ellis first picked up the ball and ran, but this doughty little book heroically manages to capture the true essence of the daddy of all oval ball games in just 80 minutes. This is ...
by BOB GIULIANI
Baseball, the great American pastime, comes alive in this invaluable sourcebook of nearly 200 crisply drawn, royalty-free, black-and-white illustrations. Ninety-nine different motifs, each reproduced in two sizes, depict men, women, and children
by BOB GIULIANI
Here are over 100 different, finely drawn black-and-white illustrations of men, women, and children engaged in a wide range of popular fitness activities. Designed to reproduce clearly and boldly, and printed in two sizes, these eye-catching ...
by CAROL BELANGER GRAFTON
Sports in the good old days are the theme of this royalty-free archive of over 460 superbly detailed line illustrations featuring players of every kind of sport, suited up and ready for action. Most of the men and women depicted are modeling ...
by Tom Peacock
Remarkable Racecourses is a beautifully presented collection of the world's most striking racecourses. Lavish photographs and informative text show why each racecourse is unique, whether it's the oldest, longest, shortest, most southerly, most ...
by Shane Jacobson
My life as a motoring tragic Was it luck that gave me the chance to race at Bathurst? They say Luck is when Skill meets Opportunity. In my case Luck came when Not-Quite-Enough-Skill overshot the braking marker, speared off the track and slammedAudio Book
by GRAY WYNNE
Way back when there was a clear distinction between work and rugby, great names of the game spent their time working in an office or at a trade or out on the farm, all the while fitting in training and then playing at the weekends. That job/play
by KURT KULLMANN
Dublin 4, probably best-known in sporting terms as the spiritual home of Leinster Rugby, has one of the highest densities of diverse sports clubs in all of Ireland. In this new work from Kurt Kullmann, a founding member of the Donnybrook, ...
by John Griffiths
Rugby fans will delight in this extraordinary collection of astonishing true stories from the past 130 years, which reveal a bizarre side to the sport hitherto uncelebrated. Here you'll find:the Irish international who arranged his marriage in ...
by Jason Karp
<b>Get ready to run the race of your life</b> <p>Marathons in the U.S. have seen record increases in participation during the past few years. <i>Running a Marathon For Dummies</i> helps aspiring marathon runners prepare to successfully complete
How an overweight radio DJ got hooked on running marathons
by Dom Harvey
How an overweight radio DJ got running, got skinny, kept running, survived a life-threatening tumour and fell in love with running marathons. ...