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How to Watch the Rugby World Cup 2011
How to Watch the Rugby World Cup 2011 Spiro Zavos
The essential guide to the world's greatest rugby contest from one of the world's great rugby writers.
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Standing Tall: On Confidence, Teamwork and Leadership
Standing Tall: On Confidence, Teamwork and Leadership Tom Harley
Tom Harley, twice a Geelong premiership captain, discovered what qualities he values most and how to bring out the best in others.
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Specky Magee
Specky Magee Felice Arena, Garry Lyon
The football adventure that started it all!
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Roy Higgins: Australia's Favourite Jockey
Roy Higgins: Australia's Favourite Jockey Patrick Bartley
This is a celebration of a great Australian, with racing royalty, friends and family sharing their stories and memories of Roy Higgins, the gentle trailblazer who touched their lives.
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Face Your Fears
Face Your Fears Soa Palelei
From fighting to survive as a kid to doing combat in the world’s most brutal arena, this is the remarkable story of one of the first Australian fighters to make it to the UFC.
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Uncertain Corridors: Writings on modern cricket
Uncertain Corridors: Writings on modern cricket Gideon Haigh
Five years ago, Australia's cricket team led the world, holding the World Cup, the Ashes, and the Border-Gavaskar and Frank Worrell trophies. Today, it languishes in mid-table and cricket itself is regarded as in crisis. How did we go so wrong?
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Burt Munro
Burt Munro Neill Birss
Previously unpublished interviews with Burt Munro, legendary Kiwi motorcycle rider made famous in the movie The World's Fastest Indian. Colourful tales of a life well-lived.
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Stag Doo
Stag Doo Al Lester
Stag Doo by Al Lester, the master of the hunting genre, is full of rip-roaring yarns for those with a good keen sense of humour and a love for New Zealand's wild outdoors.
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Lydia Ko
Lydia Ko Michael Donaldson
The secrets behind the golf world's most successful young star.
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The Kiwi Pair
The Kiwi Pair Eric Murray
A gritty story of commitment, self-discovery and the outer limits of human endurance.
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Peter Brock: How Good is This!
Peter Brock: How Good is This! Wayne Webster
'Peter Perfect' through the eyes of those who knew his talents and his imperfections
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On the Punt: True Tales from the Track
On the Punt: True Tales from the Track Patrick Bartley
Brimming with Bartley's signature wit, these stories will have you trackside before you can even open a form guide.
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No Time for Fear: How a shark attack survivor beat the odds
No Time for Fear: How a shark attack survivor beat the odds Paul de Gelder
From rebel, drug dealer and strip club worker to adventurer, soldier, fitness enthusiast, Navy diver, shark attack survivor, top motivational speaker and mentor to schoolkids across Australia, Paul de Gelder is an exceptional young man.
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Run Like Crazy
Run Like Crazy Tristan Miller
In 2010, Tristan Miller ran 52 marathons in 52 weeks, in 47 countries, across seven continents. Why on earth would anyone do that, you may ask. First of all, he loved distance running and travel. Secondly . . . 
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Changing the Game
Changing the Game Ange Postecoglou
Ange Postecoglou has been at the centre of Australian football for more than thirty years. In this book, he shows us the game through his eyes, from the changing room to the boardroom, to reveal how Australia must boldly reimagine its place in the world.
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Mighty Fighting Hawks
Mighty Fighting Hawks Martin Blake
From Jeff Kennett's reign to the defection of Franklin; from Sam Mitchell standing down as captain to make way for Luke Hodge to the key roles of Jarryd Roughead and Cyril Rioli, this is the story of the team that Alastair Clarkson built, in a decade of success.
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Li Na: My Life (English Edn)
Li Na: My Life (English Edn) Li Na
Told with honesty and humour, Li Na: My Life is the moving story behind an extraordinary sporting icon.
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Losing The Last 5 Kilos
Losing The Last 5 Kilos Michelle Bridges
Top tips on how to lose those last 5 kilos, from Australia's number one, bestselling weight-loss expert.
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Ashes to Ashes
Ashes to Ashes Gideon Haigh
Gideon Haigh, Australia's best cricket writer, analyses and captures the drama of every day's play in the historic double Ashes series of 2013-14.
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Whitewash to Whitewash
Whitewash to Whitewash Daniel Brettig
Whitewash to Whitewash tells a tale that is in turns ludicrous, uproarious and heroic – and the great comeback stories of modern times.
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The Captain Class
The Captain Class Sam Walker
The former global sports editor of The Wall Street Journal profiles the greatest teams in history and identifies the counterintuitive leadership qualities of the unconventional men and women who drove them to succeed.
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The Keepers
The Keepers Malcolm Knox
Wicketkeepers are the closest eyewitnesses to cricket's story. In The Keepers, award-winning journalist and writer Malcolm Knox re-examines the history of Australian cricket through the eyes and narratives of the talented, resilient men at the heart of the play.
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