Great Australian Sporting Moments

Autore: Michael Roberts
Editore: The Miegunyah Press
ISBN: 0522855474
Grandezza: 51,28 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
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"This is a fully illustrated book highlighting some memorable moments in Australian sporting history."--Provided by publisher.

110 Per Cent

Autore: Michael Winkler
Editore: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0857962906
Grandezza: 16,62 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
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Don Bradman on his 'small' contribution to cricket. Roy Masters on getting the best out of the hard men of Western Suburbs Rugby League FC. John Howard on cycling legend Sir Hubert Opperman. Cathy Freeman on lighting the Olympic flame. Phonse Kyne on making sure his players made history for the right reasons. Jeff Fenech hollering 'I love youse all!' to a packed-out stadium. Ranging from the eloquent and stirring to the downright funny, these are Australia's greatest sporting moments, seen through the eyes of the winners and losers, experts and legends of all our favourite sports. Entertaining and informative, 110 PER CENT casts a keen eye over Australia's sporting history, and confirms there's much more to sport than the score line (as long as you're winning).

David Boon S Funniest Sporting Moments

Autore: David Boon
Editore: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 1743313241
Grandezza: 68,45 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Docs
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A hilarious collection and anecdotes and memories from one of Australia's best loved sports stars, David 'Boonie' Boon.

Great Moments In Australian Sport

Autore: Jim Shepherd
Editore:
ISBN: 9780207155635
Grandezza: 10,87 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
Vista: 8860
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The Greatest Games We Ever Played

Autore: Geoff Prenter
Editore: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780330360289
Grandezza: 35,76 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
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Compilation of 43 notable Australian sporting performances over 50 years. Includes the 1996 AFL Grand Final, Australia's soccer win over Argentina in 1988, the tied test cricket match between Australia and the West Indies in 1960 and Margaret Court playing Billie Jean King in 1970. Copiously illustrated. The author is a former journalist and sports reporter.

Australia S Blackest Sporting Moments

Autore: Stephen Hagan
Editore: Ngalga Warralu Publishing Pty Ltd
ISBN: 1921212004
Grandezza: 67,79 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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In this collection of incidents of racism in Australian sports, the author is honest in his condemnation of the offenders, sporting administrators and government officials who continue to deny that there is a problem of racism in sport.

Golden Kicks

Autore: Jason Coles
Editore: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472937058
Grandezza: 36,21 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
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Many iconic shoes, such as the adidas Stan Smith, Nike Air Jordan and Puma Suede are worn by millions as everyday footwear, but were originally born to bring victory on court, track and field. Golden Kicks reveals the stories behind some of the greatest shoes in sporting history, the roles they played in sport's most significant moments, and how they have made the transition from classic sportswear to mainstream streetwear. Discover the amazing stories behind the shoes, the people who made them, and the athletes who wore them.

Great Sporting Moments

Autore: Damien Wilkins
Editore: Victoria University Press
ISBN: 9780864735157
Grandezza: 48,88 MB
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The literary magazine Sport burst onto the scene in 1988 and has come to define a wildly creative generation of New Zealand writers. This collection of nearly two decades of writings showcases authors such as Barbara Anderson, Jenny Bornhold, Nigel Cox, Anne Kennedy, Elizabeth Knox, Emily Perkins, and Damien Wilkins.

Body Lengths

Autore: Leisel Jones
Editore: Nero
ISBN: 186395726X
Grandezza: 28,31 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
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From the moment I am born, I am like no-one else around me. I am a fish out of water. Even in the pool. Leisel Jones is rightly regarded as one of the greatest breaststrokers ever. At just fifteen, she won two silver medals at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000; she went on to win gold at Athens and Beijing, and at London 2012 became the first Australian swimmer to compete at four Olympics. For the first time, Leisel candidly describes what it’s like to be thrust into the limelight so young. She reveals the constant pressure she was under – from coaches, from the media and from herself – to be perfect. Despite the highs of her swimming stardom, she suffered depression, and at one time planned to take her own life. In London, criticised in the media for her weight, and appalled by the bulling and dysfunction in the Australian swim team, Leisel nevertheless handled herself with great composure. She has emerged with maturity and good humour, having finally learnt how to be herself and live with confidence. Body Lengths is the inspiring story of an Australian sporting hero, told with humour, optimism and style.

Great Australian Sports Rorts

Autore: John Adams
Editore: Hardie Grant Books
ISBN: 174358220X
Grandezza: 31,46 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
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From racing to football to lawn bowls, no sport has been left untouched. Great Australian Sports Rorts reveals that nefarious conduct has affected just about every sport in this country. And every mechanism known – be it physical, mechanical or chemical – has been employed. When a sporting contest is taking place, and there is either a reward for the winner or there is betting on the contest, it is almost guaranteed that one person will attempt to relieve another person of what is rightfully theirs. And if a degree of skulduggery is required to attain the right result or to assist in the transfer of funds from one person’s pocket to another, then so be it. Cheating: it’s as Australian as Sunday barbecues.Join John ‘Dr Turf’ Rothfield and John Adams on a rollicking ride through the sporting outrages that have rocked Australia.