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Par Eric Eichinger. 2018
Eric Liddell was on top of the world after winning the gold in the 1924 Olympics. But in the years…after, Eric faced unspeakable odds, and became an inspiring vision of what life means, even when the final hour comes. 2018.
Par Jim O'Connor, Tim O'Connor. 1995
This is the story of a relatively unknown sports personality who could not be part of the golf 'system'. While…his life was unconventional, his golf is considered exceptional. An unpolished man, he is a legend in the amateur ranks in Canada, owning 33 course records from the 1950's. 1995.
Par Raymond Fraser. 1981
Par Norman Mailer. 1975
Par Vladislav Treti͡ìak, V Snegirev. 1977
Par Roy MacGregor. 1995
MacGregor examines the relationship between father and son as it is lived through hockey. Using examples from famous hockey players,…including stars like Gretzky, Messier, and Coffey, he describes the dynamic between generations. c1995.
Par Elise Gravel. 2016
He weighed as much as a horse; he once wrestled a bear; he could devour twenty-five chickens in one sitting.…This whimsical book tells the story of Antonio Barichievich, the larger-than-life strongman who had muscles as big as his heart. Grades K-3. 2016.
Par Howard H Snyder. 1973
Par Walter Dean Myers. 2001
Account of Muhammad Ali's life and career, focusing on his professional accomplishments, principles, and fight against racial injustice. Describes his…Olympic triumph, his transformation from the young Cassius Clay into Muhammad Ali, and his rise to fame as world heavyweight champion. Examines boxing's damaging effects. Grades 5-8 and older readers. Some descriptions of violence. 2001.
Par T. H White. 1951
Chronicles the two-month battle of wills between the author, a novice falconer, and the hawk he is trying to tame…and train for hunting. Provides daily accounts of progress, mistakes, and setbacks, as well as insights and self-discoveries. 1951.
Par David Halberstam. 2006
David Halberstam offers listeners this moving profile of NFL coaching legend Bill Belichick. Early in his life, Bill realized he…had a special aptitude for football and teaching. During his 31 years in the league, he would parlay a lifetime of experience into one of the most successful careers in NFL history. Bestseller. 2006.
Par Daniel Brown. 2013
Traces the story of an American rowing team from the University of Washington that defeated elite rivals at Hitler's 1936…Berlin Olympics, sharing the experiences of their enigmatic coach, a visionary boat builder, and a homeless teen rower. Bestseller. 2013.
Par Dirk Hayhurst. 2010
Pitcher Dirk Hayhurst is not a superstar, never even a 'Top Prospect', and in the game of baseball, if you…don't fit in either of those categories, it can almost be as if you don't exist. Hayhurst tackles this issue - the issue of labels and identity and the problems that come along with them - but also writes about seeing ballplayers as more than just numbers on the backs of jerseys, and about life, with baseball as the backdrop. Descriptions of sex, explicit strong language. Bestseller. 2010.
Par Lawrence Scanlan. 2007
On March 30, 1970, a wobbly foal named Secretariat was born on a farm in Virginia - but he was…no ordinary horse. He was bigger and more muscled than racehorses his age, and after a slow start and lots of training, he went on to compete for the biggest prize in racing - the Triple Crown. This is also the story of the one person who helped Secretariat the most - feeding him grain, bathing him, and chatting with him at dawn each day - his groom, Edward "Shorty" Sweat. Grades 5-8. 2007.
Par Ted Mahovlich. 1999
Through interviews, anecdotes and photographs, Ted Mahovlich explores the life and career of his father, hockey legend Frank Mahovlich. He…follows his father's childhood and his early career in the old farm team system to his rise in the NHL and the World Hockey Association. 1999.
Par Lorne Rubenstein, Tiger Woods. 2017
In 1997, Tiger Woods was already among the most-watched and closely examined athletes in history. But it wasn't until the…Masters Tournament that his career would definitively change forever. Woods, then only 21, won the Masters by a historic 12 shots, which remains the widest margin of victory in the tournament's history, making it an iconic moment for him and sports. Now, 20 years later, Woods is ready to explore his history with the game, how it has changed over the years, and what it was like winning such an important event. With never-before-heard stories, this book will provide keen insight from one of the game's all-time greats. Bestseller. 2017.
Par Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir. 2010
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir dazzled the world when they became the first Canadians - and first North Americans -…to win an Olympic gold medal in ice dancing in 2010. Here they share their inspiring story. 2010.
Par Leslie Scrivener. 1981
Par Erri De Luca, Danièle Valin, Nives Meroi. 2006
Erri De Luca accompagne la célèbre alpiniste italienne Nives Meroi dans l'une de ses expéditions himalayennes. Réfugiés sous la tente,…en pleine tempête, ils engagent une conversation à bâtons rompus. Dans ce lieu magique à la jonction entre le ciel et la terre, où la beauté des montagnes contraste avec la violence des conditions climatiques, les récits d'altitude de la jeune femme sont une trame où se tissent réflexions et souvenirs de l'auteur autour du métier d'écrire et de la Bible. 2006, c2005. Titre uniforme: Sulla traccia di Nives.
Par Douglas Maxwell. 2006
It was no surprise that Team Canada won the 2006 Winter Olympics gold medal in men's curling - as the…preeminent curling country, Canada has more curlers than the rest of the other 50-plus curling nations combined. For the past 50 years, Doug Maxwell has been right alongside the ice, as Canada's foremost observer and storyteller of the sport. His memoirs combine humour, tales never before told, and insights that help explain why curling has such a hold on Canadians. Some strong language. 2006.