211 books (11 pages) in this category
by Miner Brotherton
by Jackie Strachan
by Renee Petrillo
A Season with Richmond reveals the intimate story of the Richmond Football Club through the highs and heartaches of the 2017 season.
by Konrad Marshall
A Season with Richmond reveals the intimate story of the Richmond Football Club through the highs and heartaches of the 2017 season. ...
by Charles;Flood, Jim Simpson
<i>Advanced Rowing</i> brings together a selection of leading experts in the sport of rowing, including international head coaches from New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and Denmark, who have all coached crews to World and Olympic medals. ...
by Geoff Slattery
A pictorial record of the Western Bulldogs??? history-making season 2016. The story of the 2016 AFL season is one for the ages, with the Western Bulldogs breaking a premiership drought that stretched 62 years. Players, coaches and fans alike ...
Why He Said What He Said When He Said It
by Hana Ali
<DIV><P>Muhammad Ali was a champion, a poet, a prophet. Sports Illustrated called him “the greatest athlete of the twentieth century.” And yet he was even more than all of that, “a whole greater than the sum of its ...
by Patrick Collins
There was once a time, not so long ago, where our sporting heroes were treated with veneration. Players were players and their watchers were passive. Heroes lived on pedestals - they weren't public property. <br>This book explores the many ways ...
The Story of Motorcycling Legend, Barry Sheene
by Steve Parrish
by Sherryl Clark
Hayley wants to know why her best friend Spit has suddenly dumped her. What she discovers is very strange... stranger than she could have imagined. ...Audio Book
by Geoff Huegill
"The inside story of Geoff Huegill's inspiring comeback. Find out how you too can Be Your Best! <i>Be Your Best</i> is the inside story of the greatest comeback in Australian sporting history - and what it can mean for you. In his own words ...
by Rob Eastaway
Why might it help a penalty taker to look at a clock before he kicks the ball? Does winning the toss actually matter? And why should some people consider playing darts blindfold? 'Beating the Odds' takes a novel and intriguing look at sport, by
by Richard Eng
How to enjoy a day at the races-and bet to win!<br /> The last two years have seen a record number of Americans tune in for climatic Triple Crown races featuring Smarty Jones and Funny Cide; in 2004, television viewership jumped a whopping 61 ...
How to Ride to 100--and Beyond, revised edition
by Roy Wallack
by Dennis Bailey
By coupling step-by-step instructions and detailed photos and illustrations, Bike Repair & Maintenance For Dummies gives readers the information they need to keep their bikes in working order, often without taking it to the shop. ...
The Aboriginal and Islander Sports Hall of Fame
by Colin Tatz
<p>Evonne Goolagong, Cathy Freeman, Nova Peris, Lionel Rose, Artie Beetson, Polly Farmer, are just a few of our Australian sporting heroes who, since the mid-1880s, have helped shape Australia’s identity as a great sporting nation. They, along ...
by Margaret Clark
Pup Morgan is a radical surfer. His dad, Mad Dog Morgan, is a surfing legend. Pup plus school, and Dad plus his job, just don't add up to happy times. One day they break out, and it's six weeks of full-on surfing and the ultimate in surfaris. ...Audio Book
by Carolyn Shearlock
A Complete Handbook of Wooden Boat Construction
by Howard I. Chapelle