148 tests, 131 wins, 110 times captain of the All Blacks, 2 Rugby World Cup triumphs, 12 successful Bledisloe Cup campaigns, 7 Tri-Nations titles, 3 Rugby Championship titlesA career so impressive that it could not possibly be chronicled in an 'ordinary' book. This lavi... read more
A personal account of a New Zealand sporting icon who became a world superstar - the greatest fly-half in international rugby. Dan Carter is the world record holder for most test points, has twice been named the IRB's Player of the Year and twice New Zealand Player of the Year. In... read more
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The career of Robbie Deans is without parallel in the annals of New Zealand rugby. He was an All Black, the pin-up boy of the Canterbury team, and ... read more
The All Blacks are one of the most recognisable and formidable teams on the world sporting stage. They are the record setters, the keepers of tradition, and the icons of the game of Rugby Union. They have been the benchmark for skill and execution ever since the ova... read more
From Maria Sharapova, one of our fiercest female athletes, the captivating―and candid―story of her rise from nowhere to tennis stardom, and the unending fight to stay on top.
In 2004, in a stunning upset against the two-time defending champion Serena Williams, sevente... read more
This was the great era (1956-1965) when New Zealand middle and long-distance runners showed a clean pair of heels to the world...Peter Snell, Murray Halberg, Bill Baillie, Marise Chamberlain, John Davies, Jeff Julian, Barry Magee and Neville Scott. It was a decade w... read more
Rugby is New Zealand's national sport. From the grand tour by the 1888 Natives to the upcoming 2015 World Cup, from games in the North African desert in World War II to matches behind barbed wire during the 1981 Springbok tour, from grassroots club rugby to heaving crowds ... read more
In 1997, Tiger Woods was already among the most watched and closely examined athletes in history. Butit wasn't until the Masters Tournament that Tiger Woods's career would definitively change forever.Tiger Woods, then only 21, won the Masters by a historic 12 shots, which remains the wide... read more
Stephen Donald etched himself into All Blacks folklore with that 'kick' in the 2011 Rugby World Cup final at Eden Park. Donald, one of the country's most popular All Blacks, had not originally been wanted for the World Cup squad. He was whitebaiting in the Waikato and effectively o... read more
On June 26, 2017, on the turquoise waters of Bermuda's Great Sound, Peter Burling (26) became the youngest ever helmsman to win the premier trophy in sailing, the America's Cup. Amongst several other firsts, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron became the first club ever to win back the Americ... read more
|Awards:||Short-listed for Cross Sports Book Awards: Best Autobiography 2017. Long-listed for William Hill Sports Book of the Year 2016.|
In 1996, Damon Hill was crowned Formula One World Champion. For the first time ever he tells the story of his journey through the last golden era of the sport when he took on the greats including Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher and emerged victorious as World... read more