Sports & Outdoor Recreation


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    White Gold: England's Journey To Rugby World Cup Glory
    Peter Burns - Hardback - Arena Sport
    'White Gold' is a study of how and why England, the biggest and wealthiest rugby country on the planet, had never dominated the game it invented on a global scale - until Clive Woodward took charge from 1997 to 2004. The book looks at his influences and how he turned the way the England team was run, and the way they played, on its head, and it examines how they won despite a domestic structure in England that is counter-intuitive to the success of the international team.
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    Walking The Corbetts
    Brian Johnson - Paperback - Cicerone
    This guide describes routes up all 109 Corbetts north of the Great Glen. The Corbetts offer challenging ascents and descents on steep slopes.
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    Wayne Barker: Born To Fight
    Bernard O'Mahoney - Paperback - Mainstream Publishing
    Former professional boxer Wayne Barker fought every man who ever challenged him. This brutally honest account of his eventful life recounts how he was left in the care of the travelling community, where he learned to fight, how he was charged with attempting to murder a child killer, and how he fled to America. Eventually deported to Britain, he served two years in prison before returning to the streets to earn a living from bare-knuckle fighting, until cancer claimed his life in 2012.
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    When The Alps Cast Their Spell: Mountaineers Of The Alpine Golden Age
    Trevor Braham - Paperback - In Pinn
    This history of Alpine mountaineering from the earliest explorers of the 12th century to contemporary expeditions.
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    White River: A Journey Up And Down The River Findhorn
    Jamie Whittle - Paperback - Sandstone
    In this book, Jamie Whittle returns to his origins by the River Findhorn in Highland Scotland to make the journey from its mouth to its source on foot, and to return again by canoe. It is familiar ground to Jamie, but made new after his many travels about the world.
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    World's Ultimate Cycling Races
    Ellis Bacon - Paperback - Collins
    From Europe to Asia, via North America and Africa, choose your own adventure from among 300 of the world's greatest bike rides and best cycling races, where you can really test your legs against both the terrain and your fellow riders.
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    Walking The Munros
    Steve Kew - Paperback - Cicerone
    This first volume of a two-part series of guides to the Munros covers the southern, central and western highlands, Glencoe, Lochaber and Mull, and details 139 exciting and challenging routes on these mountains.
  • Cover scan of Walking The Corbetts
    Walking The Corbetts
    Brian Johnson - Paperback - Cicerone
    This guide describes routes up all 112 Corbetts south of the Great Glen. The Corbetts offer challenging ascents and descents on steep slopes.
  • Cover scan of Winter Climbs In The Cairngorms
    Winter Climbs In The Cairngorms: The Cairngorms And Creag Meagaidh
    Allen Fyffe - Flexi-cover - Cicerone
    This guide, now in a fully updated sixth edition, offers a selection of some of the best winter routes to be found in the Cairgorms and on Creag Meagaidh.
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    We Are Hibernian
    Andy MacVannan - Hardback - Luath
    By delving into the lives and backgrounds of a network of avid supporters, this book explores how people become so involved in football. There are stories here from men and women who were taken to the football grounds as youngsters and now take their own kids.

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