Best Sports Books of the Year
There’s plenty of books about sports this year. Maybe you’ve heard of Michael Lewis’s inquiry into an ex-professional group of cyclists seeking to build Rwandan cyclists. or David Halberstam’s account of his time as a head coach for the college football team. Or you may have been a part of Glenn Stout’s account about the “luckiest two females” within the WNBA. There are many other novels you may want to read as well.
Michael Lewis’s research into the effort – undertaken by a group of ex professional cyclists – to set the first cycling team in Rwanda
Michael Lewis’ newest book entitled ‘The Road to Rwanda It is an interesting look into the attempt by a group of professional cyclists set out to create an organization for cycling in Rwanda. The cycling team is set to begin operations in the Rwandan capital Kigali as well as its participants are likely to include many of the most famous ex-professionals in the world. The book is widely recognized as a study of cycling’s connection to Rwanda.
In the title of the best-selling novel in the world, The Road to Rwanda is an essential read for all lovers of Michael Lewis’ work. The author’s terrifying stories are simultaneously uplifting and shocking. It also contains professional cyclists from United States, France, and Belgium. The book is designed to encourage people to try cycling.
David Halberstam’s story on a college football coach’s struggle
David Halberstam’s intriguing story about the hardships faced by the college football coach is real. Halberstam is a Pulitzer Prize winner and New York Times bestseller. He has written books on the politics of sports, political issues, as well as the human state of affairs. His latest book is on The Korean War.
Halferstam was born in New York City, where his father worked as a surgeon in the military. As his father served in the military through World War II, Halferstam’s family moved around constantly. The school he attended was Roosevelt High School, where the school was a major in sports and was a track runner. Additionally, he contributed to the school newspaper. He was Harvard Crimson’s managing editor, which is a student newspaper.
John Jeremiah’s debut book was a sports-related book.
This book on sports tells the stories of horse racing in Kentucky, in which Sullivan lived his entire life. The book is an ode to Sullivan’s father as well as a tribute to Secretariat who won the Triple Crown in record-breaking time. It also functions as a story, part memoir, as well as a history of horse racing. There are several chapters that include autobiographical segments along with color photos of the trips to races like the Kentucky Derby, and brief stories of the growth and development of the horse.
His style is a lot of fun although the subject matters can be a little stale. He’s a specialist in pop culture and excels at explaining how things work. He’s also an expert of the autobiographical switchback. He bonds with young West Virginia guys who are on fire for Jesus and describes his own teen “Jesus phase,” and he writes with an almost-as-if-he-were-a-player.
Glenn Stout’s story on the women’s basketball league’s “luckiest two females”
Glenn Stout’s story about the “luckiest 2 women” of the WNBA provides a great example of excellent sports journalism. This collection of short crisp pieces Stout takes in the most memorable moments of sports and discusses the art of writing. In addition to the athletes in the sport, this anthology is also filled with fascinating stories that take place behind the scenes in sports.