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The Rip Curl Story
The Rip Curl Story Tim Baker
50 years of perfect surf, international business, wild characters and the search for the ultimate ride
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No Spin
No Spin Shane Warne, Mark Nicholas
No Spin is the last word on Shane Warne’s extraordinary cricketing career and his life off the pitch.
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Tries, Lies and Meat Pies
Tries, Lies and Meat Pies Sam Thaiday
The autobiography of one of Rugby League's favourite sons.
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Unbreakable
Unbreakable Jelena Dokic, Jess Halloran
The story of Jelena Dokic, in her words
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True Grit: Revised and Updated
True Grit: Revised and Updated Les Carlyon
Four decades of tales from the turf from Australia's leading writer on history and horses, Les Carlyon.
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Accept The Challenge – The Autobiography
Accept The Challenge – The Autobiography Leigh Matthews, Leigh M Blucher
A true football legend, this is a hugely long awaited autobiography told with Leigh's customary steel, wry humour and no-holds barred honesty.
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The Bad Boys of Footy
The Bad Boys of Footy Matthew Webber
AFL, Football, NRL and Rugby: Modern Failings Of Football's Finest.
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Glenn McGrath Line and Strength
Glenn McGrath Line and Strength Daniel Lane, Glenn McGrath
Now featuring an additional chapter.
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Occy
Occy Mark Occhilupo, Tim Baker
'I think it's one of the great sports stories of all time.' Kelly Slater
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Layne Beachley
Layne Beachley Michael Gordon, Layne Beachley
Updated version of the bestselling autobiography
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Be Your Best The Champion's Power of 3 Plan
Be Your Best The Champion's Power of 3 Plan Geoff Huegill
Share the secrets behind champion swimmer Geoff Huegill's amazing and inspiring comeback to peak performance.
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Chappelli: Life, Larrikins & Cricket
Chappelli: Life, Larrikins & Cricket Ian Chappell
This wonderful collection of stories showcases all the characters and events from the extraordinary life of an Aussie sporting immortal.
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The Slams
The Slams Will Swanton
Award-winning Australian sports writer Will Swanton has spent the last year on the trail of tennis greats including, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray and in The Slams exposes the inside drama of the world tennis tour.
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CREZZA:  From AFL glory to prison and the long road to redemption.
CREZZA: From AFL glory to prison and the long road to redemption. Daryn Cresswell
From football fame to a prison term: how the ex-Sydney Swan is rebuilding his life.
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Dick Johnson
Dick Johnson Dick Johnson, James Phelps
The incredible story of Dick Johnson – the Aussie battler who became an all-time V8 great
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Everything to Live For
Everything to Live For Turia Pitt
Everything to Live For is the story of one young woman’s survival against extraordinary odds, a testament to the human spirit.
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The Bat Boy Grows Up
The Bat Boy Grows Up Ian Chappell
An entertaining episode from the bestselling book Chappelli: Life, Larrikins & Cricket
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Out of a Wild Sea
Out of a Wild Sea Richard Flanagan
This essay is taken from Richard Flanagan's acclaimed collection of nonfiction pieces, And What Do You Do, Mr Gable?, published in Vintage.
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For the Love of Horses
For the Love of Horses Kelly Wilson
Three sisters and their unforgettable journeys to rescue, tame and train New Zealand’s wild Kaimanawa horses.
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Coach
Coach Darren Lehmann
This is a book that is a must-read for everyone keen to get an insight into how a world-class sporting team ticks.
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Billy Slater Autobiography
Billy Slater Autobiography Billy Slater
Now in paperback, the autobiography of one the greatest rugby league players of all time.
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That Night
That Night Adam Peacock
Wednesday, November 16, 2005. Wednesday, November 16, 2005. 80,000 people at the Olympic Stadium in Sydney, millions around the country couldn’t believe what they had witnessed. The Socceroos, after a 32 year wait had qualified for World Cup. 80,000 people at the Olympic Stadium in Sydney, millions around the country couldn’t believe what they had witnessed. The Socceroos, after a 32 year wait had qualified for World Cup.
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Kicking It Around the Globe
Kicking It Around the Globe Matthew Burke
Kicking It Around the Globe is an insider’s view of the passion and humour of the world of rugby, seen through the eyes of one of its finest players.
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