The Official Team GB and ParalympicsGB Fact File by Adrian Clarke
  

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The Official Team GB and ParalympicsGB Fact File by Adrian Clarke

Young readers will love this book, as it is packed full of everything you'll ever need to know about Team GB and ParalympicsGB. It's a who's who of star athletes, a fun and lively guide to the events they will shine in, all backed up with masses of stats, stories and features that will bring every member of the team to life and show how they will fit into the London 2012 Games. Illustrated with 75 fantastic pictures, this bright, entertaining and accessible book will help readers separate the long jump from the triple jump and the marathon from the triathlon. Along the way, readers can solve the puzzles and quizzes that will turn them into complete Team GB and ParalympicsGB experts.

About the Author

Iain Spragg is a sports journalist who has written for The Daily Telegraph and The Times. Adrian Clarke is now a freelance sports writer, contributing to a number of national newspapers in the UK.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Adrian Clarke
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Publication date

12th April 2012

ISBN

9781847329257


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