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The Russian Affair - The True Story of the Couple who Uncovered the Greatest Sporting Scandal (Hardcover): David Walsh The Russian Affair - The True Story of the Couple who Uncovered the Greatest Sporting Scandal (Hardcover)
David Walsh 1
R572 R372 Discovery Miles 3 720 Save R200 (35%) In stock

'Reads like a thriller, or even a spy novel...Walsh keeps you gripped' Rosamund Urwin, Sunday Times It was the story that shocked the world: Russian athletics was revealed to be corrupt from top to bottom, with institutionalised doping used to help the nation's athletes win medals they did not deserve. But the full story of the couple who blew the whistle has never been told - until now. When Russian anti-doping official Vitaly Stepanov met the young 800m athlete Yuliya Rusanova, for him it was love at first sight. Within two months, they were married. But there was a problem - in fact, there were lots of problems. She admitted she was doping and that everyone else was doping, and she let him know that she came from a dark place ... It could all have brought a very swift end to a very hasty marriage, but gradually the Stepanovs began to realise that whatever you did, the system in Russia was stacked against you. In the end, the only ones they could rely upon were each other. Fully aware of the risks they were taking, they decided to turn the tables on those who had manipulated them and cheated the sporting world. The result of their investigative work sent shockwaves around the planet and led to Russia's athletes being banned from world sport, while the Stepanovs themselves had to go into hiding. The Russian Affair is a gripping true-life drama that at times reads like a spy novel and at others like an epic love story. But, at the centre of it all, is a quietly determined couple who knew that if they stood together they could shine a light on a corrupt system and bring it crashing to the ground.

The 1928 Bunion Derby - A Historical Tour and Driving Guide, Chicago to New York City (Paperback): James R. Powell The 1928 Bunion Derby - A Historical Tour and Driving Guide, Chicago to New York City (Paperback)
James R. Powell
R927 R736 Discovery Miles 7 360 Save R191 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The historic 1928 ""Bunion Derby"" was a cross-country footrace from Los Angeles to New York City. In a supreme test of human endurance and fortitude, runners pounded the pavement for 84 straight days, covering more than 3,400 miles. Starting in Los Angeles, the competitors tracked the path of old Route 66 to Chicago. From there they followed a twisting 1,000-mile trail to New York City. That journey is the subject of this book. While previous books and articles have been written about the race, most have concentrated on the promoter, C. C. ""Cash and Carry"" Pyle, his runners, or the Route 66 portion of the race. In The 1928 Bunion Derby: A Historical Tour and Driving Guide, Chicago to New York City, author James R. Powell takes a more robust approach - including a turn-by-turn driving guide from Chicago to New York with historical background on the route and the racers. Powell not only portrays the runners and the intensity of such a race, but also explains important events that transpired in the years leading up to the Bunion Derby. His historical tour describes surviving sites along the route and offers stories reminiscent of American life in the late 1920s. More than 200 illustrations - including period photographs, postcard images, and maps - enliven the story of this landmark race. The 1928 Bunion Derby is highlighted by tales of the torturous path runners followed to reach each overnight stop. And reports from period newspapers add color and a sense of the moment to the historic images and stories, both harrowing and heartwarming. A glimpse back in time, with a look at the places along that historic route today and a description of how to get there, The 1928 Bunion Derby has something for everyone - from historians to runners and from road warriors to armchair travelers.

North - Finding My Way While Running the Appalachian Trail (Paperback): Jenny Jurek North - Finding My Way While Running the Appalachian Trail (Paperback)
Jenny Jurek; Scott Jurek 1
R399 R324 Discovery Miles 3 240 Save R75 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Abel Kiviat, National Champion - Twentieth-Century Track and Field and the Melting Pot (Hardcover): Alan S. Katchen Abel Kiviat, National Champion - Twentieth-Century Track and Field and the Melting Pot (Hardcover)
Alan S. Katchen
R829 R650 Discovery Miles 6 500 Save R179 (22%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Abel Kiviat (1892-1991) was one of track and field's legendary personalities, a world record-holder and Olympic medalist in the metric mile. A teenage prodigy, he defeated Hall of Fame runners in Madison Square Garden before his twentieth birthday. Alan S. Katchen brings Kiviat's fascinating story to life and re-creates a lost world, when track and field was at the height of its popularity and occupying a central place in America's sporting world. The seventh and oldest child of Moishe and Zelda Kiviat, Jewish immigrants from Poland, Abel competed as 'the Hebrew runner' for New York's famed Irish-American Athletic Club and was elected its captain. Katchen offers a detailed account of the I-AAC's evolution, including its close ties to the Tammany Hall political machine, and sheds light on the rapid modernization of the sport and the ways it provided a vehicle for the assimilation of working-class, immigrant athletes. Overcoming bigotry and prejudice from several of the sport's leaders, Kiviat served for fifty years as the Amateur Athletic Union's press steward during the emergence of broadcast media. He died at ninety-nine, just months short of carrying the torch for the opening ceremonies of the Barcelona Olympics. Abel Kiviat, National Champion pays tribute to a remarkable athlete and the sport during its most dynamic and celebrated era.

Running Home - A Memoir (Paperback): Katie Arnold Running Home - A Memoir (Paperback)
Katie Arnold
R441 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R83 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Running With Pheidippides - Stylianos Kyriakides, The Miracle Marathoner (Hardcover, 1st ed): Nick Tsiotos Running With Pheidippides - Stylianos Kyriakides, The Miracle Marathoner (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Nick Tsiotos
R706 R557 Discovery Miles 5 570 Save R149 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

It is 1946. World War II is over. As the rest of Europe struggles to rebuild itself, Greece--which had bitterly resisted Nazi occupation--is ripped apart by civil war. Thousands are dead or dying of starvation. In the face of such epic disaster, one Greek athlete takes valiant action. This is the true story of Stylianos Kyriakides, champion Greek runner who against all odds entered the 1946 Boston, Marathon, a race he had lost eight years before. Now Kyriakides ran not just to win, but to wake the world to the plight of his people. Although ravaged by hunger, Kyriakides pushed his wracked body to the limits. Boston doctors urged him to quit. "You will die in the streets," they warned. Fueled by dauntless devotion to his countrymen and bolstered by the love of his wife, the runner persevered and triumphed. But winning the marathon was only the first step. With characteristic grit, Kyriakides remained in the United States long enough to raise money, equipment, and medical supplies for his country. A grateful Greece proclaimed him a hero. Nearly one million welcomed him home. Drawing on interviews and unprecedented access to family photos and papers, the authors vividly chronicle the real-life drama of Kyriakides: a runner who raced not for gold or glory, but for the betterment of his people and the survival of his homeland. From the shadowy Berlin Olympics to the dark days of Nazi Greece and its aftermath, Running with Pheidippides speaks vividly of war and deprivation, of athletic competition and camaraderie, of genuine valor in a world bereft of heroes. "For those of us who were young and Greek-American," recalls former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, "his victory in the 1946 Boston Marathon and the response of so many Americans to his pleas for help for his people was one of the most searing experiences of our young lives."

The Classic Guide to Athletics (Hardcover): Montague Shearman The Classic Guide to Athletics (Hardcover)
Montague Shearman
R286 R250 Discovery Miles 2 500 Save R36 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Athletic contests in running, walking, jumping and throwing are among the oldest of all sports and their roots are prehistoric. Athletics events were depicted in the Ancient Egyptian tombs in Saqqara, with illustrations of running at the Heb Sed festival and high jumping appearing in tombs from as early as 2250 BC. The original and only event at the first Olympics in 776 BC was the stadion, a stadium-length running event. The turn of the century was a time of renewed interest in the sport, with the foundation of the Amateur Athletics Association in 1880, the first modern Summer Olympics in 1896 and the International Amateur Athletics Federation in 1912. In this classic guide, Montague Shearman traces the evolution of athletics and shares his expertise in training and discipline.

London 2012 Training Guide Athletics - Track Events (Paperback): John Brewer London 2012 Training Guide Athletics - Track Events (Paperback)
John Brewer 1
R285 R190 Discovery Miles 1 900 Save R95 (33%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This training book is the perfect introduction to the Olympic Athletics track events and will prove an indispensable guide for both the keen beginner and club athlete. Written by a leading sports scientist and fully illustrated with over 50 specially commissioned diagrams, this official book gives an overview of each track event and covers training safety, tactics and techniques, and standards of performance to aim for. Whether you are a beginner who simply wants to try a new sport or a budding Olympian who dreams of one day winning a gold medal, this concise and easy-to-use book will take you to the next level.

Shoe Dog - A Memoir by the Creator of Nike (Paperback): Phil Knight Shoe Dog - A Memoir by the Creator of Nike (Paperback)
Phil Knight
R477 R390 Discovery Miles 3 900 Save R87 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Chi running - A Revolutionary Approach to Effortless, Injury-Free Running (Paperback, Ed): Danny Dreyer Chi running - A Revolutionary Approach to Effortless, Injury-Free Running (Paperback, Ed)
Danny Dreyer; As told to Katherine Dreyer
R251 R166 Discovery Miles 1 660 Save R85 (34%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Even the most minor of injuries can sideline a runner from being active for an extended period of time; some are even determined to run through the pain and risk injuring themselves further. Danny Dreyer's technique, ChiRunning, can help prevent these injuries and promote the ability to run faster, farther, and with less effort at any age. ChiRunning employs the deep power reserves in the core muscles of the trunk, an approach that evolved out of such disciplines as yoga, Pilates, and t'ai chi. Dreyer's training principles are broken down step-by-step to accommodate all levels of runners.

The Looniness of the Long Distance Runner - An Unfit Londoner's Attempt to Run the New York City Marathon from Scratch... The Looniness of the Long Distance Runner - An Unfit Londoner's Attempt to Run the New York City Marathon from Scratch (Hardcover)
Russell F. Taylor 1
R450 R278 Discovery Miles 2 780 Save R172 (38%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Looniness of the Long Distance Runner is one comparatively unfit 39-year old Londoner's humorous account of his attempt to run the New York marathon from scratch. (He chose the pre-Thanksgiving race in the Big Apple to avoid adding to his ordeal by having to train during the British winter.) Inspired by the charity running of friends, Russell Taylor set himself the challenge of doing what Pheidippides first had done. But to spare himself the post-event trauma of trying to extract money from the reluctant grasp of his sponsors, he decided to write a book about his experiences and donate the royalties to charity instead. This book follows our intrepid road-runner from the treadmills of a north London gymnasium via his first tentative fun run to the mean streets of the Bronx, Queens and Manhattan. Along the way, we encounter indescribably tasteless isotonic drinks, sweaty singlets, sports injuries, personal bests, split times, anxious queuing for the public toilets and an unfeasibly large quantity of bananas. We also discover what lurks within the breast of the endurance athlete: an unreasonable hatred of his fellow runner (except the nubile females of the species), a contempt for the idiocy of stadium announcers and a strange fear of spectators who line the route inanely shouting "Keep Going!" by way of encouragement. The narrative is interspersed by jocular reviews of films about running - not least The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner - and a tongue-in-cheek description of the history of the marathon from its Ancient Greek origins to its modern-day revival as an Olympic event. Written with considerable panache and a self-deprecating sense of humour, this illuminating tale of obsessive and foolhardy sporting endeavour will make entertaining reading for (in descending order of athletic accomplishment) manic ultra-marathon runners, dedicated pavement pounders, occasional joggers and the simply curious alike.

Spirit Run - A 6,000-Mile Marathon Through North America's Stolen Land (Hardcover): Noe Alvarez Spirit Run - A 6,000-Mile Marathon Through North America's Stolen Land (Hardcover)
Noe Alvarez
R606 R482 Discovery Miles 4 820 Save R124 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Track in the Forest - The Creation of a Legendary 1968 Us Olympic Team (Hardcover): The Track in the Forest - The Creation of a Legendary 1968 Us Olympic Team (Hardcover)
R643 R513 Discovery Miles 5 130 Save R130 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Wizard of Foz - Dick Fosbury's One-Man High-Jump Revolution (Hardcover): Bob Welch The Wizard of Foz - Dick Fosbury's One-Man High-Jump Revolution (Hardcover)
Bob Welch; As told to Dick Fosbury; Foreword by Ashton Eaton
R590 R537 Discovery Miles 5 370 Save R53 (9%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Track and Field Writers of America's Book of the Year! "Great read! .... Evokes a time and place that many of us remember well, and provides insight for those who came after. "-Tom Jordan, author of Pre: The Story of America's Greatest Running Legend, Steve Prefontaine In 1968, perhaps the finest US Olympic men's track-and-field team ever stirred the world in unprecedented ways, among them the victory stand black rights protest by Tommie Smith and John Carlos in Mexico City. But in competition no single athlete mirrored the free-thinking '60s better than Dick Fosbury, a failed prep high jumper who invented an offbeat style that ultimately won him a gold medal and revolutionized the event. No jumpers today use any other style than his. Yet few know the struggles Fosbury endured to achieve his success, as he and Bob Welch recount in The Wizard of Foz. From the tragic death of a younger brother to nearly dying himself, from flunking out of college to nearly being drafted, Fosbury cleared far more obstacles than a high-jump bar. And even when he had seemingly made the US Olympic Team, he faced a "redo" that nobody saw coming. This book tells a story of loss, survival, and triumph, twined in a person (Fosbury), a time (the '60s), and a place (a fantasy-like Olympic Trials venue high in the Sierra Nevada) clearly made for each other. It is a story of a young man who refused to listen to those who laughed at him, those who doubted him, and those who tried to make him someone he was not.

Fastest Men on Earth - The Story of the Men's 100 Metre Champions (Hardcover): Neil Duncanson Fastest Men on Earth - The Story of the Men's 100 Metre Champions (Hardcover)
Neil Duncanson
R553 R364 Discovery Miles 3 640 Save R189 (34%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

It takes just under 10 seconds to run, but to the winner of Athletics' men's 100 metres goes the accolade of 'The Fastest Man on Earth'. "The Fastest Men on Earth", first published in 1988 as a tie-in to the "Thames Television" series of the same name, is reissued in a new, exciting format, fully revised and updated to include the incredible men's 100 metres final at the Beijing 2008 Games. Each chapter discusses not only the race itself, but also the preliminary rounds, dramas and controversies and includes interviews with all the key players, not just the champion. Immaculately researched and written in an entertaining style "The Fastest Men on Earth" brings to life some of the greatest athletes who ever set foot on a running track.

20 Years Crisis 1919-1939 (Paperback, 450th): Charles Robert Meyer 20 Years Crisis 1919-1939 (Paperback, 450th)
Charles Robert Meyer
R454 Discovery Miles 4 540 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In Black And White - The Untold Story Of Joe Louis And Jesse Owens (Paperback, Re-issue): Donald McRae In Black And White - The Untold Story Of Joe Louis And Jesse Owens (Paperback, Re-issue)
Donald McRae
R321 R230 Discovery Miles 2 300 Save R91 (28%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

WINNER OF THE 2002 WILLIAM HILL SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR PRIZE. In 1936 athlete Jesse Owens won four gold medals at the Berlin Olympics and, two years later, boxer Joe Louis won a crushing victory to become heavyweight champion of the world. Despite their fame and success, both men would find themselves barred from certain hotels and would have to eat outside restaurants because of the colour of their skin. However. by their example, they gave hope to millions of black people around the world as they became the first black superstars. In Donald McRae's award-winning dual biography, which includes a brand new chapter, he compiles a brilliant portrait of the two men, who became close friends despite their very different career paths: within days of Olympic glory, Owens was banned from competing again, and was forced to spend his days racing against horses to earn a living before becoming a spokesman for the sporting ideal. Meanwhile Louis won and lost a fortune, eventually battling with drug addiction and mental illness. His vivid account of their lives away from the public eye, and the era in which they lived, is compelling and tragic.

The Catholic Runner - 30 Days of Motivation and Inspiration (Paperback): Chris Easterly The Catholic Runner - 30 Days of Motivation and Inspiration (Paperback)
Chris Easterly
R340 R273 Discovery Miles 2 730 Save R67 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Above the Clouds - The Nature of Mountains, the Terrain of an Athlete, and How I Carved My Own Path to the Top of the World... Above the Clouds - The Nature of Mountains, the Terrain of an Athlete, and How I Carved My Own Path to the Top of the World (Hardcover)
Kilian Jornet; Translated by Charlotte Whittle
R649 R512 Discovery Miles 5 120 Save R137 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The most accomplished mountain runner of all time contemplates his record-breaking climb of Mount Everest in this profound and free-flowing memoir-an intellectual and spiritual journey that moves from the earth's highest peak to the soul's deepest reaches. The world's fastest mountain climber, ultra-runner, and mountaineer, Kilian Jornet has broken nearly every mountaineering record in the world and twice been named National Geographic Adventurer of the Year. In 2018 he burnished that legend, setting the FKT (fastest known time) ascending and descending Mount Everest-in twenty-six hours from base camp-without bottled oxygen or ropes. What drives a person to the edge of one of the most difficult and revered mountains in the world? How much is one willing to sacrifice and suffer to pursue an authentic and bold life? Jornet ponders these questions as he recounts one remarkable year in the life of the mountain, exploring Everest's changing nature over four seasons and his own existence. Above the Clouds silhouettes a complex and dedicated runner at the peak of his physical prowess who must choose between the safe and certain or the adventurous and perilous. As he recounts a life spent studying, tending, and ascending the greatest peaks on earth, Jornet ruminates on what he has found in nature-simplicity, freedom, and spiritual joy-and offers a poetic yet clearheaded assessment of his relationship to the mountain . . . at times his opponent, at others, his greatest muse. In this sweeping, soulful journey-the flip side of stories like Into Thin Air-Jornet illuminates with beauty and brilliance what it means to be an athlete, a competitor, and a human facing the greatest life challenges-for him, the mountain he yearns to climb and honor.

Above the Clouds - How I Carved My Own Path to the Top of the World (Standard format, CD): Kilian Jornet Above the Clouds - How I Carved My Own Path to the Top of the World (Standard format, CD)
Kilian Jornet; Read by Steven Brand
R680 R492 Discovery Miles 4 920 Save R188 (28%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
What Time is It? You Mean Now?: Advice for Life from the Zennest Master of them All (Paperback, Simon & Schuste): Yogi Berra What Time is It? You Mean Now?: Advice for Life from the Zennest Master of them All (Paperback, Simon & Schuste)
Yogi Berra
R323 R301 Discovery Miles 3 010 Save R22 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Could Confucius hit a curveball?
Could Yoda block the plate?
Can the Dalai Lama dig one out of the dirt?

No, there is only one Zen master who could contemplate the circle of life while rounding the bases.

Who is this guru lurking in the grand old game? Well, he's the winner of ten World Series rings, a member of both the Hall of Fame and the All-Century Team, and perhaps the most popular and beloved ballplayer of all time. And without effort or artifice he's waxed poetic on the mysteries of time ("It gets late awful early out there"), the meaning of community ("It's so crowded nobody goes there anymore"), and even the omnipresence of hope in the direst circumstances ("It ain't over 'til it's over").

It's Yogi Berra, of course, and in What Time Is It? You Mean Now? Yogi expounds on the funny, warm, borderline inadvertent insights that are his trademark. Twenty-six chapters, one for each letter, examine the words, the meaning, and the uplifting example of a kid from St. Louis who grew up to become the consummate Yankee and the ultimate Yogi.



The Courage to Start (Paperback, Original): John Bingham The Courage to Start (Paperback, Original)
John Bingham
R369 R344 Discovery Miles 3 440 Save R25 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"The miracle isn't that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start."

Take your first step toward fitness and a happier, healthier life.

Has the idea of running crossed your mind, but you haven't acted on it because you don't think you have the body of a runner? Have you thought about running but quit before you started because you knew that you would be breathless at the end of your driveway? Well, put aside those fears because you can do it. John Bingham, author of the popular Runner's World column "The Penguin Chronicles," transformed himself from an overweight couch potato who smoked into a runner who has completed eleven marathons and hundreds of road races.

Forget about the image of a perfect body in skintight clothes, and don't worry about how fast or how far you go. Bingham shows how anyone can embrace running as a life-enhancing activity -- rather than as a competition you will never win. In an entertaining blend of his own success story and practical advice, Bingham provides reasonable guidelines for establishing a program of achievable goals; offers tips on clothing, running shoes, and other equipment; and explains how anyone can prepare for and run distances ranging from a few miles to marathons.

After all, in running and in life, the difference between success and failure sometimes comes down to a single step. Waddle on, friends.

Two Hours - The Quest to Run the Impossible Marathon (Paperback): Ed Caesar Two Hours - The Quest to Run the Impossible Marathon (Paperback)
Ed Caesar
R371 R346 Discovery Miles 3 460 Save R25 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Walk, Run, Soar - A 52-Week Running Devotional (Paperback): Dorina Gilmore Young, Shawn Young Walk, Run, Soar - A 52-Week Running Devotional (Paperback)
Dorina Gilmore Young, Shawn Young; Foreword by Ryan Hall
R382 R313 Discovery Miles 3 130 Save R69 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

As a runner, you want to accomplish your physical goals. But deep down, you long for your training to be a more meaningful experience, engaging your body, mind, soul, and spirit. Walk, Run, Soar is a 52-week devotional and training journal designed for runners who hope to experience God's presence, purpose, and glory in a deeper way as they run. Dorina Gilmore Young, and her triathlete husband, Shawn, will get you moving with a new motivation: improving your spiritual health. Along with weekly devotions to inspire you, Walk, Run, Soar includes * practical running/training tips * training schedules from a running and triathlon coach * advice on how to fuel your body well * reflection questions and action steps * space to journal and record your running progress Whether you are new to running or a longtime runner, Walk, Run, Soar will motivate you to hit your fitness goals while strengthening your faith.

Fast 5K - 25 Crucial Keys and 4 Training Plans (Paperback): Pete Magill Fast 5K - 25 Crucial Keys and 4 Training Plans (Paperback)
Pete Magill
R429 R379 Discovery Miles 3 790 Save R50 (12%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Spend two hours with Pete Magill's Fast 5K and you'll know how to run your fastest 5K. In his fast-paced, ultimate guide to 5K running races, celebrated running coach Pete Magill reveals the 25 crucial keys to setting your next 5K PR. Magill shares hard-earned lessons he gained while leading 19 teams to USA national championships and setting multiple American and world age-group and masters records. Fast 5K shares Magill's essential keys to finding your fastest running fitness and race readiness. The 25 keys include optimal training mileage, effective tempo runs, VO2 max workouts, hill repeats, plyometrics that work, ways to prevent injuries, recovery tips, guides to diet and racing weight, choosing racing flats, and much more. Offering three 12-week and one 16-week 5K training plans, Fast 5K is the key to your best 5K running times. Pete Magill is a world-class 5K runner, personally holds multiple American and world age-group records in track & field and road racing and is a 5-time USA Masters Cross Country Runner of the Year. Now in this distilled guide, you can get world-class advice on how to run your fastest 5K ever.

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