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ISBN:
1904332226
Author:
Cameron Brown
Category:
Racket Sports
Language:
English
Publisher:
Facts, Figures & Fun (April 30, 2005)
Pages:
96 pages
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1862 kb
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1328 kb
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1103 kb
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Wimbledon Facts, Figures and Fun. by Cameron Brown. This elegant little book is packed with facts, figures, records, statistics and fun! it covers the history of the game and the development of modern championships

Wimbledon Facts, Figures and Fun. This elegant little book is packed with facts, figures, records, statistics and fun! it covers the history of the game and the development of modern championships. There are anecdotes and information about many of the great names since the championships began. This is a true little gem for any fan of tennis or Wimbledon.

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Wimbledon Facts, Figures & Fun book. Statistics, records, history of tennis/Wimbledon.

Wimbledon A Short History of Tennis, The Club, The Championships, The Village by Cameron Brown is packed with .

Wimbledon A Short History of Tennis, The Club, The Championships, The Village by Cameron Brown is packed with statistics and anecdotes to fascinate and amuse every tennis fan, whether or not they can get a ticket for Wimbledon. This elegant little book, written by publisher Cameron Brown, a resident of Wimbledon for 35 years, is packed with facts, figures, records and statistics about all aspects of the championships.

Wimbledon Facts, Figures & Fun. Published April 30, 2005 by Facts, Figures & Fun.

Wimbledon is one of the world’s most celebrated tennis events. Get an up-close look at Wimbledon with these awesome facts. Taking place at the All England Club in London, it runs for two weeks and attracts over 500,000 spectators. The annual tournament is currently in mid-swing and will finish up with a final match on July 12, 2015. 1. The Grass Is Always Greener. A groundsman cuts the grass on the court as final preparations are made for the start of the Wimbledon tennis championships in London, 2013.

Последние твиты от Wimbledon Facts (ledonFacts). A short history of tennis, the club, the championships, the village. 0 ответов 0 ретвитов 0 отметок Нравится. ISBN 9781904332220 (978-1-904332-22-0) Hardcover, Facts, Figures & Fun, 2005. Find signed collectible books: 'Wimbledon Facts, Figures & Fun'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.

Find out with these 200 fun facts that'll improve your life! . While the brown recluse is one of three spiders in North America with venom that requires medical treatment, they are hardly ever aggressive. Alternatively, you can walk your dog for 45 minutes, which also burns 150 calories – and is much less painful. Madonna suffers from brontophobia, which is the fear of thunder. This scary sounding word isn’t so complicated – it’s the fear of thunder.

The state sport of Alabama is figure skating 17. The grass at Wimbledon was kept two inches long until 1949 when an English player was bitten by a snake.

The state sport of Alabama is figure skating. 3. A race car with a wood-burning engine finished 3rd in the 1927 Indianapolis 500. 4. Boxing legend Rocky Marciano invented the fax machine. 6. According to the official Major League Baseball rule book, baseball games are to last 9 innings or two and one-half hours, whichever comes first. 7. The NCAA required college football players to study during halftime until 1925. 17. 18. No Olympic steeplechase silver medalist, male or female, has lived past the age of 41.

Packed with statistics and anecdotes that will fascinate and amuse any tennis fan, this is the perfect ticket to Wimbledon! It covers the game’s origins as a form of handball in the French monasteries during the Middle Ages right through to the modern championships. Get the lowdown on the prize money offered, and enjoy in-depth, separate coverage of both the Men’s and Women’s Singles and Doubles, as well as Mixed Doubles. All the winners are listed by year.
  • Duktilar
This is a very light and breezy book filled with plenty of anecdotes and stats but it really is nothing special. I actually felt the non-tennis stuff on the town of Wimbledon came across as the most interesting section of all as much of the tennis info I knew or could find easily online anyway.
  • Jorius
I write for the tennis club in our community newsletter and this book has given me alot of great information about the game and the players, throughout history, to include in my articles.