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Sport, Leisure and Ergonomics

by Greg Atkinson & Thomas Reilly

The field of sports ergonomics is now recognised as an interdisciplinary area in its own right. This book forms the proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sport, Leisure and Ergonomics, providing...


Children and Exercise XIX: Promoting health and well-being

by N. Armstrong

The XIXth International Symposium of the European Group of Pediatric Work Physiology was held in Moretonhampstead, UK in September 1997 drawing together academic and medical experts from 26 countries under the...


Mountain Weather: Understanding Britain's mountain weather

by David Pedgley

A guidebook to help walkers and climbers understand weather in the UK mountains. Helps you to develop the skills to interpret forecasts, understand weather maps, and read the weather so you can make important...


Bigger Than the Game: Bo, Boz, the Punky QB, and How the '80s Created the Celebrity Athlete

by Michael Weinreb

A mesmerizing look at sports in the 1980s - when athletes became superstars, mavericks replaced heroes, and sports moved to the forefront of American culture.

In the 1980s America sent to the White House an...


Sport, Militarism and the Great War: Martial Manliness and Armageddon

by Thierry Terret & J. A. Mangan

The Great War has been largely ignored by historians of sport. However sport was an integral part of cultural conditioning into both physiological and psychological military efficiency in the decades leading...


Phenomenological Approaches to Sport

by Irena Martínková & Jim Parry

The study of sport is often thought of simply in terms of the sport sciences. This book explains how a phenomenological approach is capable of revealing the nature and meanings of sport in ways that are beyond...


Olympic Reform Ten Years Later

by Heather Dichter & Bruce Kidd

In 1999, the International Olympic Committee approved far-reaching reforms to the appointment and terms of its members, the selection of host cities for the Olympic and Winter Olympic Games, the events on the...


Sport: Race, Ethnicity and Identity: Building Global Understanding

by Daryl Adair

Sport has long been a paradoxical environment with respect to issues of 'race', ethnicity, and identity. For much of the twentieth century, sports around the world were enclaves of difference. Whites and non-whites,...


Home Team: Coaching the Saints and New Orleans Back to Life

by Sean Payton & Ellis Henican

The New York Times bestseller that's "heaven in hardcover" (New Orleans Times-Picayune) for Saints fans.

In the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, no symbol of disaster was more potent than New Orleans' Superdome:...


Kenyan Running: Movement Culture, Geography and Global Change

by John Bale & Joe Sang

1997 British Society of Sports History - Lord Aberdare Literary Prize for Sports HistoryThe record-breaking achievements of Kenyan athletes have caught the imagination of the world of sport. How significant...


European Heroes: Myth, Identity, Sport

by Pierre Lanfranchi, Richard Holt & J A Mangan

Historians of popular culture have recently been addressing the role of myth, and now it is time that social historians of sport also examined it. The contributors to this collection of essays explore the symbolic...


Making the Rugby World: Race, Gender, Commerce

by Timothy J.L. Chandler & John Nauright

This book explores the expansion of rugby from its imperial and amateur upper-class white male core into other contexts throughout the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The development of rugby in the...


It's a Hill, Get Over It

by Steve Chilton

This book offers a detailed history of the sport of fell running. It also tells the stories of some of the great exponents of the sport through the ages. Many of them achieved greatness whilst still working...


To Ride the Mountain Winds

by Leslie Symons

To Ride the Mountain Winds, possibly the first history of aerial mountaineering to span the whole period from the 18th century to the present day, is written for everyone interested in the history of mountaineering...


Getting a Grip: On My Game, My Body, My Mind... My Self

by Monica Seles

At the age of sixteen, Monica Seles crashed on to the world tennis scene by becoming the youngest winner in French Open History. For three years, she dominated the tennis circuit, racking up eight Grand Slam...


Difficult Horse: Understanding and solving riding, handling and behavioural problems

by Sarah Fisher & Karen Bush

The Difficult Horse provides many insights as to why a horse may develop unwanted behaviours. 'Problem' behaviour is usually more of a problem for the handler than the horse, which is likely to have established...


Advanced Fencing Techniques: Discussions with Bert Bracewell

by Ed Rogers

Advanced Fencing Techniques records the vast coaching knowledge accumulated over many years from one of fencing's great masters, Bert Bracewell. The book will not only help the aspiring fencer improve, but also...


Re-Educating Racehorses: A Life after Racing

by Fred Cook & Rowena Jane Simmonds

This fully comprehensive book guides the reader through the process of acquiring and subsequently re-training a racehorse. It provides an in-depth look at what life was like for the horse at the racing yard...


Struth: The Story of an Ibrox Legend

by David Leggat

Bill Struth was one of the most successful, outstanding and charismatic managers in football history. He won an astonishing eighteen league championships, ten Scottish Cups and two League Cups with Rangers,...


Premier League: A History in 10 Matches

by Jim White

Tens of millions follow it.

It attracts the finest global talent to play in what is almost a weekly World Cup.

In just 20 years it has transformed football from national embarrassment to Britain's leading cultural...