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Autobiography of David Hemery, the British hurdler. 8vo. 216pp. 16 b/w plates. Dust-wrapper, Very good.
Autobiography of the double olympic gold medal winner. 1st edition. Large 8vo. Priceclipped, very good condition.
Rowe won a gold medal in the shot put at the 1958 European Championships. Here he lifts the lid off amateur sport, exposing bribery, drug taking and other rackets in athletics. 8vo. 160pp.
Biography of Choppy Warburton, who was a successful distance runner in the late Victorian period before making a career as an athletics and cycling trainer - he has been identified as the instigator of
Biography of the great American distance runner. Paperback. 8vo. 199pp. Very good condition.
Autobiography of Louis Zamperini, who ran the 5000 metres in the 1936 Berlin Olympics, was a POW in Japan and later befriended the Evangelist Billy Graham, who helped launch his new career as a Christian
Autobiography of the British distance runner. 1st edition. Large 8vo. Very good condition.
Autobiography of the British javelin thrower. 8vo. 195pp. Dust-wrapper, good. Ex-library, with internal stamps and label to lower spine.
Roger Bannister's own account of his career in running which reached its climax in the legendary race at Oxford on 6 May 1954 where he broke the four-minute mile barrier and instantly earned
Biography of Tom Hulatt, one of the three forgotten runners in the famous "Four-Minute Mile" race in 1954, who ran alongside Bannister, Brasher and Chattaway. Paperback. 8vo. 138pp. Very good condition.
Autobiography of the 1958 1500m gold medallist at the European Championships in Stockholm. 8vo. 160pp. Many photographic illustrations. No dust-wrapper. A good copy.
Rare biography of the great middle-distance runner of the 1950s, who died in 2107. First edition. 8vo. 175pp. Illustrations. Original green boards, lightly rubbed. No dust-wrapper. A very good copy.
Rare biography of the great middle-distance runner of the 1950s, who died in 2017. First edition. 8vo. 175pp. Illustrations. Ex-library with a few small stamps and some marks to endpapers. Dust-wrapper,
Autobiography of the remarkable athlete John Tarrant, often known as "The Ghost Runner". Paperback. 8vo. 120pp. Binding is a little loose in places. A rare book.
Autobiography of the Australian athlete who dominated middle-distance running in the late 1950s and early 1960s. First edition. 8vo. 178pp. Dust-wrapper, rubbed to edges with some short closed tears.
Biography of the famous Stanford coach and international athlete, Dink Templeton. 1st edition. 8vo. A good copy in dustwrapper, edgeworn with sections missing from head and foot of spine. Spine
The story of Roger Black, Olympic silver medalist behind Michael Johnson at the 1996 Atlanta game. 8vo. 250pp. 8 plates. Dust-wrapper, very good. Signed with a lengthy dedication to the author Tony Hawks
Biography of the great middle-distance runner Derek Ibbotson. Paperback. 8vo. 47pp. Spine repaired neatly with clear tape. A good copy of a rare booklet.
Autobiography of Carl Lewis, the sprinter and long-jumper who won a total of six gold medals in the Olympics Games of 1984 and 1986. Large 8vo. 240pp. 32 b/w plates. Dust-wrapper, very good.
The story of Salford's Olympic and Empire champion runner, Bob Roberts. 8vo. 255pp. Dust-wrapper, very good condition.
Instructional book about running - Joyce Smith won the London marathon twice. Paperback. 8vo. 154pp. Good condition.
Autobiography of the showjumper Oliver Skeete. 8vo. First edition. 213pp. Very good condition. Signed nicely by Skeete to fly-leaf.
Autobiography of the double Olympic gold medallist. 8vo. 248pp. Dust-wrapper, very good. Signed by Holmes in ink to title-page.
Autobiography of the double Olympic gold medallist. 8vo. 248pp. Dust-wrapper, very good.
The tragic story of Lillian Board, a highly promising middle distance runner who died of cancer at the age of 22. 8vo. 191pp. Colour frontis, 24 b/w plates. Dust-wrapper, very good.
Autobiography of the British sprinter and Olympic gold medal winner. 1st edition. 8vo. Very good condition.
Biography of Jim Alder, the British marathon runner of the 1970s. 1st edition. 8vo. 136pp. Photos. A very good copy in dust wrapper. Scarce.
Autobiography of the well-known British marathon runner. Paperback. 8vo. 187pp. Signed and dedicated by Keily to fellow athlete Hugh Barnfather. Good condition.
A biography of Captain Mark Phillips, the great three-day-event rider, while still married to Princess Anne. 8vo. 320pp. Dust-wrapper, lightly rubbed. Very good condition. Signed to half title-page by
Autobiography of the 1964 Olympic long jump gold medallist. 8vo. 158pp. Dust-wrapper. A very good copy.
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