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The Fastest Men on Earth: The Inside Stories of the Olympic Men's 100m Champions [9781787396661]

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With an exclusive foreword by Usain Bolt, The Fastest Men on Earth tells the inside stories of the Olympic Men's 100m Champions.

It takes just under ten seconds to run, but the results of the Olympic men's 100 metres are etched forever into history. In The Fastest Men on Earth, journalist Neil Duncanson tells the stories of the 25 athletes who've been crowned champions in the event, and earned the coveted title of 'Fastest Man on Earth'.

Each chapter explores the fascinating, inspiring, and occasionally tragic lives of these supremely talented sprinters, as well as the intense drama of the record-breaking runs that wrote them into history. Immaculately researched and featuring exclusive interviews with several Olympic champions, including a new conversation with Usain Bolt, The Fastest Men on Earth brings the stories of some of the greatest athletes of all time to life like never before.


AUTHOR: Neil Duncanson runs North One Television, one of Britain's most creative and successful independent production companies, and has won three BAFTAs for sports coverage. He began as a news reporter in east London before moving into the world of television. At the age of 30 he started Chrysalis Sport, and in 2003 the company was bought and re-named North One. It now boasts a vast output, including MotoGP, Formula E, Extreme E, Travel Man, The Gadget Show and all Guy Martin's programmes. He remains CEO of the company he started 30 years ago, now one of the most respected in television. As an author, his book credits include Tales of Gold, Crown of Thorns, and two children's books. He lives in Essex.
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9781787396661
ISBN13:
9781787396661
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Author:
Neil Duncanson
Publisher:
Welbeck
Publication:
27-May-2021
Format:
Paperback
Pages:
400
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Weight:
400 Grams