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An extraordinary guide to the greatest male tennis players of all time
For the first time the stories of the most important football matches ever played are brought together in this fascinating collection.
The memoirs of the record-breaking runner, the first man to run a mile in under four minutes.
A compendium of sports fans, from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Celebrate another year of exceptional sporting stories.
The extraordinary story of the British wheelchair athlete who won a total of six gold medals at the 2008 and 2012 Paralympic Games, and was six-time winner of the London Marathon.
An extraordinary look into the life of the legendary Scottish footballer.
Published to coincide with the 2013 Ashes Test series between England and Australia, this is the extraordinary story of how the 1948 Invincibles turned the cricket pitch into a battlefield.
In Andy Murray: Champion, Hodgkinson explains how Murray first emerged as a tennis player of true quality, and how his rivalry with his brother Jamie spurred him on. He looks at the close relationship Murray has with his mother, and the various coaches who have worked with him to assess their influence on his game.
An insightful examination of modern cricket by a historic team made up of cricket-obsessed writers. With a foreword by Sebastian Faulks.
Literary quotations legend, Fred Metcalf's, selection of humorous sporting quotations
A unique collection of Sir Alex Ferguson's greatest words of wisdom.
Not enough has been written about women’s cricket. Skirting the Boundary fills the yawning gap in cricket literature.
Essential reading for tennis fans, these are the many stories of the 2012 tennis tour through the eyes of one of the country’s most respected sports journalists.
Released to mark the one hundredth anniversary of the Suffragette Derby, this is the true story of what happened that day.
A golf hall of fame, shame, and arcane.
This book will fascinate general readers and cricket enthusiasts, at the same time proving essential reading for observers of Pakistan, India and the South Asia region.
Seb Coe has made every second count. From an early age he has been driven to be the best at everything he does.
The inside story of West Ham United, from their official photographer of more than 30 years, Steve Bacon
Nathan Shapow literally fought for his life in the Nazi Camps of World War II. Here he tells his extraordinary and powerful true story, which reads more like a thriller.
A well-informed and intimate biography that puts Henry Cooper's life and extraordinary boxing career into fresh focus.
Boots of Gold is a tarts-and-all biography of England's most famous sportsman and the iniquities of some of those who have sought their pound of flesh.
Olympic Follies is a superb, entertaining tale of one of the most fascinating, unusual and hilarious Games ever held – a must for anyone who enjoyed the London Olympics of 2012.
Immortalised in the film 'Chariots of Fire', Harold Abrahams remains one of the all-time-great British Olympians. His true story, told for the first time in this official biography, is, in many ways, even more dramatic and moving than the distorted version previously seen on the big screen.
Ian Holloway is never backward in coming forward with his zany philosophical musings, and his gloriously off-message press conferences have, for many fans, become the highlight of the footballing week
Mr Moon Has Left the Stadium is the hilarious tale of one man’s obsession with football and doing things the right way.
Laugh-out-loud funny, and devastatingly poignant, An Irrational Hatred of Luton is an odyssey through the world of a committed West Ham supporter.
John Nicholson delves into the culture that surrounds the game to discover how and why it has got under the skin of the British public like no other sport.