Fotheringham's Sporting Pastimes

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Anova Books, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 150 pages
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In this world of highly paid professional sport, 'Fotheringham's Sporting Pastimes' is a look at a lighter side of sporting life and focuses on those sports and pastimes which have, and continue to be enjoyed, in a Corinthian spirit of cameraderie, joie de vivre and eccentricity.

 

Included are such delights as extreme ironing, underwater hockey, pigsticking, camel racing and cheese rolling. Traditional pursuits like pub and card games are also considered. As well as invaluable statistics and information, 'Fotheringham's Sporting Pastimes' is packed with anecdotes and quotes. In short, everything the dedicated sportsman needs.

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About the author (2006)

William Fotheringham is a long-time cycle racing journalist. He is the author of "A Century of Cycling" and "Put Me Back On My Bike,

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