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The joy of winning is what every player is striving for. There's nothing like it. But sometimes we don't succeed. The books suggested here deal with the ups and downs of life. Highs and lows and finding ways to deal with both.
by Richard Bachman
Every night the whole nation watched the ultimate live game show on TV.
See more books in Compete, Winning & Losing
by Charlie Oatway
Life has been a roller-coaster for Charlie, a top football player.
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by Richard Becht
The story of a life at the top of the sport followed by personal tragedy
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by Andy Reid
The Inspirational Story of a True British Hero
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by Vikas Swarup
The book which was turned into film by Danny Boyle and became known as Slumdog Millionaire.
by Adrian Morley
The brilliant player's own story - the ups and the downs.
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by Phil Hewitt
The Highs and Lows of a Marathon Addict
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by Ben Elton
One house. Ten contestants. Thirty cameras. Forty microphones.
by Bradley Wiggins
The first British cyclist to win the Tour de France, then ten days later he wins the time trial at the London Olympic Games
See more books in Compete, Other Sports, Winning & Losing
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By Rob Starr
Having never swum in the sea before and being an amateur swimmer at best, at the age of 40 and suffering from three debilitating conditions, Rob Starr decided that he was going to swim the English Channel.
By Bob Cattell
Tyrone lives and breathes cricket, and he practises all the time
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