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The Unbeatable Boys' Book shows boys everywhere how to become the ultimate champion. It is written by a professional sports coach. For the boy who loves to be the best at every sport he tries, this book contains tips and tricks to help him think like a winner and achieve champion status. It lets you learn how to perform stunts from different sports - from athletics, cycling, baseball and tennis to orienteering, triathlon and football. Be the best, beat the rest! This book shows: how to spin a ball like a pro; how to burp louder than a car horn; how to perfect a half-pipe; how to throw a ball accurately; how to perfect a racing dive; how to coach your football team; how to become a world-record holder; how to give a winner's interview; how to perfect a baton change; how to be the speediest speed skater; and, how to do the haka.
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Plenty of tips (Blackbird Pie)About the Author:
Huw Davies authored the 'Another Weird Year' series of collections of weird news stories for Ebury Press, and has also written extensively on endurance sports and coaching. He lives in London, where he writes and also coaches amateur triathletes, with his partner Caroline and their daughter Edith.
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