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Alec Stewart
   wrote the autobiography   
Playing for Keeps
Alex Ferguson
   wrote the autobiography   
Managing My Life
Alex Higgins
   wrote the autobiography   
From the Eye of the Hurricane: My Story
2007, Northern Irish snooker player
Andrew Flintoff
   wrote the autobiography   
Being Freddie
Arnold Palmer
   wrote the autobiography   
A Golfer's Life
1995, American
Boris Becker
   wrote the autobiography   
The Player
Cal Ripken
   wrote the autobiography   
Count Me In
Clive Woodward
   wrote the autobiography   
Winning!
Colin Montgomerie
   wrote the autobiography   
The Real Monty
Darren Gough
   wrote the autobiography   
Dazzler
Darryl Strawberry
   wrote the autobiography   
Straw: Finding My Way
2009, baseball
Dave Dravecky
   wrote the autobiography   
Comeback
1992, American baseball player (pitcher)
David Beckham
   wrote the autobiography   
My Side
Deion Sanders
   wrote the autobiography   
Power, Money & Sex
1998, American professional baseball & gridiron player
Dean Karnazes
   wrote the autobiography   
Ultramarathon Man
2005, running
Diana Nyad
   wrote the autobiography   
Find a Way
2015, marathon swimmer
Diego Maradona
   wrote the autobiography   
El Diego
Frank Bruno
   wrote the autobiography   
Fighting Back
George Best
   wrote the autobiography   
Blessed
2002, soccer
George Best
   wrote the autobiography   
Scoring at Half Time
George Foreman
   wrote the autobiography   
By George
Graham Gooch
   wrote the autobiography   
Testing Times
A former cricketer who captained Essex and England.
Greg Louganis
   wrote the autobiography   
Breaking the Surface
1995, diving
Hank Aaron
   wrote the autobiography   
I Had a Hammer
Jack Nicklaus
   wrote the autobiography   
The Greatest Game of All
Jesse Ventura
   wrote the autobiography   
I Ain't Got Time to Bleed
"Reworking the Body Politic from the Bottom Up"
Jim Brown
   wrote the autobiography   
Out of Bounds
Jimmy White
   wrote the autobiography   
Behind the White Ball
1999, English snooker player
Joe Torre
   wrote the autobiography   
The Yankee Years
John Daly
   wrote the autobiography   
My Life In and Out of the Rough
"The Truth Behind All That Bull**** You Think You Know About Me"
John Francome
   wrote the autobiography   
Born Lucky
Former National Hunt Champion Jockey turned bestselling author. Born Lucky indeed.
John McEnroe
   wrote the autobiography   
Serious
José Canseco
   wrote the autobiography   
Juiced
2006, baseball
Josh Hamilton
   wrote the autobiography   
Beyond Belief
2008, baseball
Kerri Strug
   wrote the autobiography   
Heart of Gold
Kirby Puckett
   wrote the autobiography   
Be the Best You Can Be
Kristi Yamaguchi
   wrote the autobiography   
Always Dream
Kurt Warner
   wrote the autobiography   
All Things Possible
2000, gridiron
Laird Hamilton
   wrote the autobiography   
Force of Nature
2008, surfing
Lance Armstrong
   wrote the autobiography   
Every Second Counts
Now in the fiction section of the library
Lance Armstrong
   wrote the autobiography   
It's Not About the Bike
Now in the Fiction section of the library.
Larry Bird
   wrote the autobiography   
Drive: The Story of My Life
Star forward with the Boston Celtics
Linford Christie
   wrote the autobiography   
To Be Honest With You
Lynne Cox
   wrote the autobiography   
Swimming to Antarctica
2006, long distance swimming
Michael Johnson
   wrote the autobiography   
Slaying the Dragon
1996 Olympic 200m & 400m gold medal winner. He is the only male athlete in history to win both the 200 m and 400 m events at the same Olympics, a feat he accomplished at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Johnson is also the only man to successfully defend his Olympic title in the 400 m.
Michael Jordan
   wrote the autobiography   
Driven from Within
Mickey Mantle
   wrote the autobiography   
All My Octobers
2006, baseball
Mia Hamm
   wrote the autobiography   
Go For the Goal
2000, soccer
Mike Atherton
   wrote the autobiography   
Opening Up
Pele
   wrote the autobiography   
My Life and the Beautiful Game
Pete Rose
   wrote the autobiography   
My Prison Without Bars
2004, American baseball player
Phil Mickleson
   wrote the autobiography   
One Magical Sunday
2005, American golf player
Roger Bannister
   wrote the autobiography   
The First Four Minutes
Roger Black
   wrote the autobiography   
How Long's the Course
Scott Hamilton
   wrote the autobiography   
Landing It
1999, Olympic champion skater
Sheryl Swoopes
   wrote the autobiography   
Bounce Back
Sir Bobby Robson
   wrote the autobiography   
Farewell But Not Goodbye
Stephen Hendry
   wrote the autobiography   
Remember My Name
1990, Scottish snooker player
Steve Redgrave
   wrote the autobiography   
A Golden Age
Stuart Pearce
   wrote the autobiography   
Psycho
An English football manager and former player. He is currently the manager of the England Under-21 team. Psycho was a best-seller.
Terry Marsh
   wrote the autobiography   
Undefeated
Tony Adams
   wrote the autobiography   
Addicted
Tony Stewart
   wrote the autobiography   
My Racing Life
Virginia Wade
   wrote the autobiography   
Courting Triumph
Viv Richards
   wrote the autobiography   
Hitting Across the Line


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