Autobiographies of Sports Stars

Read one of the autobiographies below to give you a better understanding of what it entails. First hand accounts from real life sports stars..... People nonetheless just like each and every one of us. Read them, enjoy them, learn from them and use the stories or ideas which they hold to help inspire your own. There is a story just waiting to be told inside each and every one of us, you might be an aspiring sports star, a retired Olympian, the friend of a celebrity with some amazing stories to share but I am sure that inside you lies an amazing story of your very own. What can you share? Where have you been? What have you experienced? Use one of the titles as a writing prompt to get started or just pick up a pen and let your ideas flow. Nothing beats an original work of art.

  Sports Star Title
  Alec Stewart Playing for Keeps
  Alex Ferguson Managing my Life
  Allan Donald White Lightning
  Boris Becker The Player
  Clive Woodward Winning
  Colin Montgomerie The Real Monty
  Darren Gough Dazzler
  David Beckham My Side
  Denise Lewis Personal Best
  Diego Maradonna El Diego
  Francois Pienaar Rainbow Warrior
  Frank Bruno From Hero to Zero
  George Best Scoring at Half Time
  George Foreman By George
  Graham Gooch Testing Times
  Harvey Smith V is for Victory
  Jack Nicklaus The Greatest Game of All
  Jenny Pitman Glorious Uncertainty
  John Francome Born Lucky
  John McEnroe Serious: The Autobiography
  Lance Armstrong It's not about the Bike
  Linford Christie To be Honest with You
  Mike Atherton Opening Up
  Nick Faldo Life Swings
  Paul Merson Rock Bottom
  Pele My Life and the Beautiful Game
  Roger Bannister The First Four Minutes
  Roger Black How Long's the Course
  Steve Redgrave A Golden Age
  Steve Waugh Out of my Comfort Zone
  Stuart Pearce Psycho
  Tony Adams Addicted
  Virginia Wade Courting Triumph
  Viv Richards Hitting Across the Line

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