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The 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games

Author : Matthew Llewellyn
ISBN : 9781317502456
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games stand as the most profitable and arguably the most important event in the history of the modern Olympic movement. Fresh off the back of the financially disastrous Montreal Games of 1976 and the politically controversial Moscow Games of 1980, the Olympic movement returned to the United States for the sixth time in an attempt to salvage the economic viability and global prestige of the Olympics. The Los Angeles Olympics proved to be both provocative and polarizing. On the one hand they have been heralded as an overwhelming, transformative success, ushering the Olympic movement into the modern commercial age. On the other hand, critics have repudiated the Games as a manifestation of commercial excess and a platform for western political and cultural propaganda. In conjunction with the 30th anniversary of the Los Angeles Olympics, this volume examines their legacy. With an international collection of contributing scholars, this volume will span a range of global legacies, including the increasing commercialization of the Games, the changing participation of women, the Communist boycott movement, nationalism and sporting identity, and the modernization and California-cation of the Games. This book was originally published as a special issue of the International Journal of the History of Sport.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Running Through The Ages 2d Ed

Author : Edward S. Sears
ISBN : 9780786473397
Genre : History
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Beginning with prehumans running down prey, this book describes how ancient, medieval and modern runners have come to run ever faster. Writers of antiquity left few detailed accounts of running but in the early 1800s detailed accounts of running feats and matches appeared in newspapers, journals and books. Nineteenth century pioneers like George Seward, Harry Hutchens, Walter George and Bernie Wefers are here given long-deserved recognition. The six-day Go-as-You-Please races of the 1870s and 1880s--featuring running's first great female performer, Amy Howard--are discussed. Twentieth century luminaries Helen Stephens, Jesse Owens, Paavo Nurmi, Emil Zatopek, Bob Hayes, Abebe Bikila and Joan Benoit-Samuelson are included, along with the Bunion Derby races of 1928-1929. New material for this revised and expanded second edition includes coverage of the 1970s running boom, women marathon pioneers, the impact of drugs on running, and the feats of 21st century runners such as Usain Bolt, Paula Radcliffe and Haile Gebrselassie.
Category: History

Medical And Orthopedic Issues Of Active And Athletic Women

Author : Rosemary Agostini
ISBN : UOM:39015032569116
Genre : Medical
File Size : 71.89 MB
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Providing a timely focus on health care of active and athletic women, this book emphasizes key concerns in an outline format, and includes nutritional issues, amenorrhea, birth control, equipment, and discrimination/harassment, as well as 20 sports of activity specific chapters.
Category: Medical

Sport Bibliography

Author : Ingrid Draayer
ISBN : 0920678068
Genre : Esports
File Size : 46.14 MB
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Category: Esports

Sports Illustrated 50 Years Of Great Writing

Author : Editors of Sports Illustrated
ISBN : 9781603204545
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In the half-century since its birth, as Sports Illustrated grew from a struggling start-up to America's preeminent sports magazine, one thing has remained constant: the commitment to great storytelling. That part of the magazine's mission has always been easy to define: Identify the most compelling sports stories of our time and get the best writers in the business to tell them. This book brings together a lineup of writing talent worthy of the Hall of Fame and the classic stories they produced for Sports Illustrated over the past 50 years. Many of the writers whose work is collected here are longtime favorites of SI readers (Frank Deford, Rick Reilly, Steve Rushin, Gary Smith). Others are former SI staffers or contributors who left the fold, but not before making an indelible mark on SI's history (Dan Jenkins, Rick Telander, Mark Kram, Roy Blount Jr., William Nack). There are celebrated journalists (A.J. Liebling, Jimmy Breslin, George Plimpton), screenwriters (Budd Schulberg and Kenny Moore), renowned novelists (Thomas McGuane, Pete Dexter, Wallace Stegner, Don DeLillo) and even a couple of Nobel Prize winners in literature (William Faulkner and John Steinbeck). The stories themselves are a mirror of our times. Included in this volume are accounts of some of the most memorable athletic feats of our era (Secretariat's Belmont victory, the Thrilla in Manila, and Bobby Thomson's shot heard round the world). Profiles of the towering athletic figures of our time (Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain, Ted Williams and Johnny Unitas). Good guys (Yogi Berra and Harry Caray) and bad guys (Sonny Liston and Mike Tyson). The fast (Roger Bannister) and the furious (Dick Butkus). The ridiculous (Howard Cosell) and the sublime (Josh Gibson). And the stories that simply touch our hearts and inspire us (Frank Deford's masterpiece on light heavyweight champ Billy Conn). This is the very best of the world's best sports magazine ¾ and it just doesn't get any better than that.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Junior High School Paperback Collection

Author : John Thomas Gillespie
ISBN : UOM:39015010223793
Genre : Reference
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Recommends paperback fiction and nonfiction dealing with subjects such as sports, divorce, animals, history, adventure, and social problems
Category: Reference

The New York Road Runners Club Complete Book Of Running

Author : Fred Lebow
ISBN : 067974861X
Genre : Running
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The definitive guide to running, from the premier organization in the sport, is now available in an affordable, updated paperback edition. All runners, from weekend joggers to elite athletes, will enjoy and profit from this authoritative book from the world's largest running club. Includes advice, tips and training programs.
Category: Running

Sports Illustrated Canoeing

Author : David Harrison
ISBN : 0452261090
Genre : Canoes and canoeing
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Provides information on choosing the right canoe, how to transport it, important strokes, canoe tripping, how to plan a canoe expedition, and the latest canoeing technique.
Category: Canoes and canoeing

Sports Illustrated Women S Gymnastics

Author : Don Tonry
ISBN : 006015019X
Genre : Gymnastics for women.
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Copiously illustrated descriptions and instructions take women step-by-step through conditioning exercises
Category: Gymnastics for women.

Women S Sports

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ISBN : MINN:31951000595848B
Genre : Sports for women
File Size : 60.15 MB
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Category: Sports for women

Monographic Series

Author : Library of Congress
ISBN : UIUC:30112024897503
Genre : Children's literature in series
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Category: Children's literature in series

Subject Catalog

Author : Library of Congress
ISBN : STANFORD:36105211445973
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