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Friday 26th of August 2016


Visions & Images

Book cover image: Olympic Visions : images of the games through history
Explores how painters and sculptors, photographers and filmmakers and architects and designers have helped to affect the consciousness of Olympic spectators around the world, in a book that includes documentary photographs, posters, coins, medals and sculptures.
Olympic Visions : images of the games through history by Mike O'Mahony

Lists

Book cover image: the book of Olympic Lists
David Wallechinsky has a uniquely vast knowledge of the Olympics and an unrivaled head for trivia, and now the two are combined in this collection of 150 unexpected Olympic lists, including the eight slowest Olympic competitors, the 12 strangest sports ever contested, and the six most spectacular collisions and falls. This quirky compendium of the unusual, the unknown, and the downright bizarre is more than simply a book of lists—Wallechinsky elaborates and expands on the reason for an athlete or incident's inclusion, to create a winning, and highly addictive, alternative history of the Olympics.
The book of Olympic Lists by David Wallechinsky

Olympic Video Games

Video game cover image: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. Vancouver 2010
The legendary rivalry explodes in an icy showdown with 27 events and 20 cartoon characters.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. Vancouver 2010 by (video game publisher: SEGA)

Miracles

Book cover image: Olympic Miracle
Jamie and her friends make use of a magic locker to travel back in time to help Mike Eruzione and the U.S. men's ice hockey team win gold in the 1980 Olympics.
Olympic Miracle by Pete Birle

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