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Best Books: 5 Sporting Books That Everyone Should Read

With more ups, downs and crippling heartaches than any big blockbuster movie, the world of sports never fails to gear up the emotions and pump up the adrenaline to ever higher levels. With such a love for sport so apparent in our society, these are some of the very finest books selected by experts which capture our love for the beautiful world of sport.

#1 The Miracle of Castel Di Sangro – Joe McGuinniss

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As a very American view of a soccer team that makes a move, it is unrivaled in delivering the passion and heartbreak that teams can mean to the supporters. The ending, while shocking, does not feel unexpected.

You'll cheer the highs, you'll cry for the lows and you'll feel the passion that is soccer.

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Contributor: Dave McAllister from Scalyr, Inc.

#2 In Pursuit of Giant Bass – Bill Murphy

Bill Murphy puts decades of knowledge on paper and holds nothing back. In this book, he reveals his techniques that catch giant bass with artificial lures and live bait alike.

Bass fishing is a huge sport in the US and Murphy's book is one of the best on the subject.

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Contributor: Hernan Santiesteban from reelchase.com

#3 25,000 Miles To Glory – Rhett Grametbauer

This book is the best sports book in the world for one simple reason. I took the trip that everyone dreams about taking yet no one has the courage to actually do it. Football has become America so I tell the story of America and the people through the lens of football.

There is absolutely nothing else like it on the market today and it can never be replicated. It's a story that everyone can relate to instead of a story from a high profile coach or player. This is a great book for any sports fan and for those who need the inspiration to live a dream.

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Contributor: Rhett Grametbauer from rhettgrametbauer.com

#4 The Inner Game of Tennis – Timothy Gallwey

The Inner Game of Tennis has sold over 800,000 copies and is the first, and one of the best, on the topic of sports psychology. Tom Brady recently attributed much of his success in the “mental game” of sports to this book.

This handbook works for anybody who wants to improve his or her performance in any activity, from playing music to getting ahead at work.

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Contributor: Bryan Mattimore from growth-engine.com

#5 The Ball Is Round – David Goldblatt

Featuring an exhaustive amount of content that will leave every single football (soccer) fan on the planet content, you have to take your hat off to the author, David Goldblatt, for composing it all together in the neat and elegant manner he has done.

Taking readers on one of the most compelling walks through history you're ever likely to read about, 'The Ball Is Round' recites the entire history of the beautiful game; with everything from frantic folk matches to becoming one of the most profitable business sectors in the world, you can be guaranteed there has been no stone left unturned.

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Written by James Metcalfe

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