Category: Sporty books

The story of a phenomenal athlete, her training regimen, and her achievements to date. Paula Radcliffe demonstrated her athletic prowess during the London Marathon, breaking her own previous world record by 2 minutes, now standing at 2.15.25 (only 12 minutes behind the male record held by Haile Gebrsellasie)



“This is a book about the power of collaboration and teamwork, the awe-inspiring energy generated when people combine their creativity and passion and a fearless desire to lead.”


Dean Karnazes is not necessarily the fittest man on the planet, although it may look like it from these books. “Dean’s stories will amaze, fascinate, and inspire even the most comfortable couch potatoes.”

Whether it be running in the Badwater Ultra, a marathon to the South Pole, or 50 marathons on consectutive days in 50 different states, he has a way of making it all sound achievable.

 Titles from probably the most drug tested athlete in sport. Who could possibly have believed he could do what he did, winning 7 consecutive Tour de France’s after battling some very aggressive cancer that attemtped to take over his whole body.


The most original book on running. It must be where Ron Burgundy got his ideas ” Oop… I almost forgot. I won’t be able to make it fellas. Veronica and I trying this new fad called uh, jogging. I believe it’s jogging or yogging. it might be a soft j. I’m not sure but apparently you just run for an extended period of time. It’s supposed to be wild.”

 A wondefrully entertaining book detailing his rise to the olympic final…which he did deserve to win!