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Bret Harris

Four years before the inaugural Tour de France, four cyclists known as 'Overlanders' set out on a

Moana Hope

A high-flying athlete who is grounded by remarkable selflessness, Moana Hope is an inspiration fo

Nicole Hayes, Alicia Sometimes

To celebrate the first-ever elite women’s competition, A Footy Girl’s Guide to the Stars of 2017

Dean Karnazes

The epic recreation of one of the greatest acts of physical endurance in history, by legendary ul

Peter FitzSimons

Great yarns and tall tales from the sporting fields, dressing rooms and commentary boxes of Austr

Brad Haddin

A cricket autobiography unlike any other; a universal story about how love for your family trumps

Darren Lehmann

This is a book that is a must-read for everyone keen to get an insight into how a world-class spo

Greg Growden, , Brad Hogg

Memorable, unpredictable and often hilarious, The Wrong ’Un is the inspirational story of a man w

Mitchell Johnson

Not all cricket legends are forged easily - sometimes you have to conquer yourself before you can

Dane Swan

Dane Swan is a Brownlow medallist, three-time Copeland Trophy winner, premiership player and five

Michael Clarke

He was the greatest batsman of his generation and, as captain, possessed the sharpest tactical mi

James Button

One town. One football club. One struggle for greatness.

Matt Zurbo

One hundred and seventy one of the game’s greatest players and coaches, characters, cult heroes,

Gideon Haigh

Australia's favourite cricket writer on how one player – and his photograph – changed a sport and

Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson has had more than his fair share of challenges and dramas in his career.

John Maclean, Mark Tabb

Walking on the beach and holding hands with a loved one is a dream taken for granted by most.

Brent Harvey

They told Brent Harvey he was too small to make the big time.

Nick Richardson

As the Great War raged in 1916, two teams of Australian soldiers played an Australian Rules footb

Glenn McFarlane, Michael Roberts

The Collingwood teams of 1927–30 wrote their names into football folklore when they won four succ

Malcolm Knox , Peter Lalor

Phillip Hughes gave his life to cricket.

And cricket gave Phillip Hughes his life.

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