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  • Sevens Heaven by Ben Ryan
    Sevens Heaven (Paperback) Ben Ryan

    The uplifting, feel-good autobiography of Ben Ryan, the coach of the Olympic gold-medal winning Fijian rugby team

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  • Mental by Jermaine Pennant
    Mental (English, Hardback) Jermaine Pennant, John Cross

    Raised by a mother who faked her own death to abandon her black baby, and a father who kept guns and Class A drugs in the house meant that life's options for a young Jermaine were limited. Yet he saw professional football as his way out, and took his change, emerging to be one of England's most gifted young footballers. A true prodigy, Jermaine climbed to the pinnacle of his sport to rub shoulders...

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  • Sinner and Saint by Martin Murray
    Sinner and Saint (English, Hardback) Martin Murray, Paul Zanon

    Sinner and Saint is an incredible story of transformation and redemption. After serving four prison sentences between the ages of 18 and 24, Martin Murray beat adversity to become Britain's best middleweight, and a four-time world title challenger. Still active at world level, he also serves as a mentor and youth worker.

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  • Let Me Be Frank by Frank Bruno
    Let Me Be Frank (Paperback) Frank Bruno, Nick Owens

    Frank Bruno's deeply personal story about his battle with bipolar disorder, his time inside a mental facility, the impact on his family and career and his long road back to stability. "Depression comes from nowhere. From the shadows. How can you defend yourself from a punch you can't see?" - Frank Bruno

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  • Built for Speed by John McGuinness
    Built for Speed (English, Paperback) John McGuinness

    He tells of what it takes to be a champion in such an exacting sport, and to keep winning even though all logic tells you to stop - and when so many of your fellow racers are paying the ultimate price for doing it.

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  • Me and the Table by Stephen Hendry
    Me and the Table (English, Hardback) Stephen Hendry

    Stephen Hendry became the youngest professional snooker player in 1985 aged 16 and, in 1990, he was the youngest ever snooker World Champion, at the age of 21. Widely regarded by fans and pundits alike as one of the greatest of all times in the sport, over a 27-year career, Hendry went on to win the World Championship seven times, and was snooker's world number one for eight consecutive seasons...

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  • Chasing Points by Gregory Howe
    Chasing Points (English, Paperback) Gregory Howe

    At 34 years of age, Gregory Howe quit teaching in London to chase his childhood dream of becoming a world-ranked tennis professional. After initially struggling against younger, fitter aspiring pros in minor leagues across four continents, Gregory made it on to the ATP tour, encountering some of the stars of the modern game.

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  • The Mechanic by Marc 'Elvis' Priestley
    The Mechanic (English, Hardback) Marc 'Elvis' Priestley

    In the high octane atmosphere of the Formula One pit lane, the spotlight is most often on the superstar drivers.Join McLaren's former Number One mechanic, Marc 'Elvis' Priestley as he tours the world, revealing some of Formula One's most outrageous secrets and the fiercest rivalries, all fuelled by the determination to win.

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  • Bruce Lee by Matthew Polly
    Bruce Lee (Hardback) Matthew Polly

    The first authoritative biography of film star Bruce Lee, who made martial arts a global phenomenon, bridged the divide between eastern and western cultures, and smashed long-held stereotypes of Asians and Asian-Americans.

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  • Cheer Up Peter Reid by Peter Reid
    Cheer Up Peter Reid (Paperback) Peter Reid

    The best-selling autobiography of a popular and successful footballer, manager and now pundit and media personality, Peter Reid reveals all about his successes and failures in the game, from his humble beginnings growing up on Merseyside to reaching the highest level with club and country.

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  • Kaiser by Rob Smyth
    Kaiser (English, Paperback) Rob Smyth

    He's the most loveable of rogues with the most common of dreams: to become a professional footballer.In one of the most remarkable football stories ever told, Kaiser graduates from abandoned slumdog to star striker, dressing-room fixer, superstar party host and inexhaustible lover. He's not just the king... he's the Kaiser.

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  • Sevens Heaven by Ben Ryan
    Sevens Heaven (Hardback) Ben Ryan

    The uplifting, feel-good autobiography of Ben Ryan, the coach of the Olympic gold-medal winning Fijian rugby team

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  • State of Play by Michael Calvin
    State of Play (English, Hardback) Michael Calvin

    *** Award-winning author of The Nowhere Men, Living on the Volcano and No Hunger in Paradise returns with his magnum opus on the state of modern football ***First he revealed the extraordinary lives of football scouts in The Nowhere Men.

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  • Around the World in 80 Pints by David Lloyd
    Around the World in 80 Pints (Hardback) David Lloyd

    The latest unmissable volume of autobiography from David 'Bumble' Lloyd, author of Last in the Tin Bath.

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  • Gambling For Life by Harry Findlay
    Gambling For Life (Paperback) Harry Findlay

    Gambling For Life reflects one man's extraordinary passion for gambling. How he cannot live without it. And how he knows that even if he loses all of his money, he can never be a loser.

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  • The Ogre by Doug Scott
    The Ogre (Hardback) Doug Scott

    The Ogre, by Doug Scott, is a two-part biography of this enigmatic peak: in the first part, Scott has researched the geography and history of the mountain; part two is the overdue and personal account of his and Chris Bonington's first ascent and their dramatic descent on which Scott suffered two broken legs and Bonington smashed ribs.

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  • Enzo Ferrari 2018 by Luca Dal Monte
    Enzo Ferrari 2018 (English, Hardback) Luca Dal Monte

    The definitive biography of Enzo Ferrari.

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  • Making it Happen by Carl Hester
    Making it Happen (Paperback) Carl Hester, Bernadette Hewitt

    The lively memoirs of dressage rider and Olympic Gold medallist Carl Hester, with a foreword by Martin Clunes.

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  • The Racer by David Millar
    The Racer (English, Paperback) David Millar

    What sacrifices must a cyclist make to reach the highest levels? How does it feel to be constantly on the road, away from loved ones, tasting one more calorie-counted hotel breakfast? David Millar offers us a unique insight into the mind of a professional cyclist during his last year before retirement. It is a love letter to cycling.

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  • The Lost Soul of Eamonn Magee by Paul Gibson
    The Lost Soul of Eamonn Magee (English, Paperback) Paul Gibson

    A dramatic life story of Eamonn Magee's sporting success combined with violence, tragedy and addiction.

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