Ride the revolution: the inside stories from women in cycling, is edited by Suze Clemitson
GV1057 C565x 2015, is currently in the leisure collection (fireplace reading room), to be moved to the general collection (floor 2) in appox 3 months
first paragraph description of book, taken from the publishers website, Bloomsbury
Ride the Revolution represents the best new writing on cycling from women involved in the sport at all levels – as fans, key personnel, riders, photographers, journalists and presenters.
These fresh and vibrant voices examine the sport from a new perspective to provide insights that rarely make it into the mainstream – what is it like to be a top women rider or work in their support team? Where is the women’s sport heading and when will more women be represented at the highest level of sport’s governance? And how do you get out and ride your bike when the news is full of stories of cyclists dying and you can’t get clothing that fits? – See more at: http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/ride-the-revolution-9781472912923/#sthash.d0e6ajxu.dpuf
The last innocents: the collision of the turbulent sixties and the Los Angeles Dodgers, by Michael Leahy
GV875 L6 L42 2016, is currently in the leisure collection (fireplace reading room), to be moved to the general collection (floor 2) in appox 3 months.
From an award-winning journalist comes the riveting odyssey of seven Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1960s—a chronicle of a team, a game, and a nation in transition during one of the most exciting and unsettled decades in history.
Fastpitch the untold history of softball and the women who made the game, by Erica Westly
GV881 W47 2016, is currently in the leisure collection (fireplace reading room), to be moved to the general collection (floor 2) in appox 3 months.
Bowling Psychology: a guide to mental mastery of the lanes, by Dean Hinitz
GV903 H56 2016, can be found in Parks Library on Floor 2
From the back cover:
As the leading authority on bowling’s mental game, Dean Hinitz has worked with the premier players, coaches, and teams in the sport. He has helped countless pros elevate their results, avoid slumps, and overcome stressors affecting performance. He has improved their play, and now he’s ready for you.
In Bowling Psychology, you’ll learn the mental strategies for performing your best, day in and day out. From progressive muscle relaxing techniques to positive self-talk and focus cues, you will pick up spares more consistently, improve accuracy, and overcome anxieties.