Paul Kimmage's boyhood dreams were of cycling glory: cycling the Tour de France, and of becoming a national hero. He knew it wouldn't come easy. In 1986, he turned professional. That's when he discovered it wasn't about how much you wanted to win, it was about drugs. Here, he talks about the issue of drugs in sport.
Bloody Sunday. A gaelic football match in Dublin's Croke Park became the scene of a massacre of 14 people by the Royal Irish Constabulary, following the IRA assassination of British military agents. Updated edition of this exceptional and prizewinning book.
Focuses on the Tarahumara, a mysterious tribe of Mexican Indians, who live quietly in canyons and are reputed to be the best distance runners in the world. This title tells their story while asking what the secrets are to being an incredible runner.