I Can Run is not a running book for ‘runners’ – it’s for anyone who has ever experienced a moment of defeatism and had the little voice in their head make the excuse, ‘I can’t run’.
Spirit of Cricket explores the qualities in cricket that enhance our development as people including a sense of fair play, striving for both the team and ourselves and the important value of playfulness.
View From Above The Stem is a light-hearted and humorous journey of the joys of two wheels through the eyes of an everyday cyclist. If you like your cycling, you’ll love this.
The World’s Greatest Backyard Games is a must-have for backyard warriors, lawn enthusiasts, and anyone interested in a spark of inspiration for outdoor competitive fun among friends.
Covering the rise of the athlete activist and the necessity of grassroots organisations. All To Play For is an examined look at why sport has the power to heal a divided world.
Finding the Groove features interviews with 27 leading drivers of the era: everyone from Richard Petty to Mario Andretti to Mark Donahue and explores the secrets behind their speed.
Sprinting Through No Man’s Land is an inspiring, heart-pumping true story of soldiers turned cyclists and the historic 1919 Tour de France that helped to restore a war-torn country and its people.
Sporting Blood is ultimately a poetic throwback, an uncanny book that evokes journalism’s golden age and places Acevedo not only among the best sportswriters of this generation, but of any other as well.
Ultramarathoning legend Dean Karnazes has pushed his body and mind to inconceivable limits, from running in the shoe melting heat of Death Valley to the lung freezing cold of the South Pole. Read more in A Runner’s High.
Fancy learning to surf? Learn survival tips, how to select a board, key moves, how to read a wave and compete with the who’s who in surfing in Surfing: The Manual: Advanced.