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  • The Boy from World's End

    A Memoir by

    The Boy from World’s End is a detailed and honest account of the life and experiences of David Smith. The book traces David’s early education in England, focusing on his experiences of wartime evacuation and life in a remote rural setting at a place ...

  • Visionary

    The Ernie Gare Story by

    It’s not surprising if you’ve never heard of Ernie Gare; the man behind innovations that paved the way for many Canadians to pursue their athletic dreams without sacrificing education cared more about the future of the athletes and the sports than ...

  • Queen Of the Cinder Track

    The Life and Times of Rosa Margueretta Grosse by

    When Rosa Grosse first ran at the Canadian National Exhibition's Athletic Day in 1923 she never imagined the heights she would reach in the sport of sprinting. Already known as a fine basketball player, she became a world record holder and arguably ...

  • Over-Time

    The untold and surprising story of the Rebels, One of Canada's longest-lasting amateur, adult hockey teams by

    In today's sport's world, the modern day athlete has attained rock-star status. To those who are legends and well deserving of their status, we give accolades. All too often however, we hear about those who cheat, use illegal drugs or disrespect ...

  • Memories of A Country Boy


    You are the creator of your destiny. With these words, Victor Allman sums up his life story. This book tells of the many challenges he encountered and how he dealt with them. Allman proceeds from the view that all challenges are surmountable if ...

  • I Am My Dad's Son

    A Collection of Sports Stories as a Writer and Fan by

    This book is a compilation of memoirs the author has experienced in his life, in his world of sports. It's never too early to start. That's what the author did and he carried on for 52 years before retiring in February, 2020. The writer expresses ...

  • Play Up! Play Up! And Play the Game!


    In August 1956 at 3 o’clock in the morning a 15-year old aspiring hockey player boarded a Greyhound bus in Yorkton, Saskatchewan to begin a journey that first took him to Maple Leaf Gardens where he achieved his childhood dream of playing in the NHL ...

  • Lessons Learned

    My Journey to the Podium by

    Life constantly changes the shots it throws at us. Do you know what to do when life’s on a breakaway to your open net? Or, do you know how to face a major roadblock in your career? Furthermore, are you looking for gold medal-winning strategies ...

  • Motocross Saved My Life

    From Its Darkness by

    In 2011, former Canadian national champion motocross racer Brent (Airmail) Worrall, who had recently returned to the sport after a lengthy absence due to struggles with alcohol, gambling, and depression, was again in a fight to save his own life. ...