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    This year’s ‘cricketer’s bible’ won’t disappoint its readers

    The 159th edition of the most famous sports book in the world contains some of the world's finest sports writing, and reflects on a year when Azeem Rafiq forced the sport to examine its attitude to racism, but also gave a huge boost to the women's game. Our foremost expert cricket reviewer, Russell Holden, has perused the 1,536 pages of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2022 (Bloomsbury), and it becomes obvious why this is an unmissable tome for any and every cricket buff.

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    Sportboken, Nordens största antikvariat för idrottslitteratur, är till salu efter mer än 20 år

    Sportboken, Malmö- och interetbaserat antikvariat för idrottslitteratur är till salu efter 20 år. Klicka härunder och läs mer.

    New report explains the decline in competitiveness in Finnish elite sports

    Today, the Danish Institute for Sports Studies releases a report by Rasmus K. Storm and Klaus Nielsen, commissioned by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture, that explores the decline of the Finnish elite sports system. The report shows that the Finnish system is challenged by an inability to set goals and pursue them for both cultural and structural reasons.

    Call for Papers | 2023 National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) Annual Conference | January 4–7, 2023, New Orleans, LA | Call...

    The National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) is now accepting proposals for the 2023 Annual Conference to be held January 4–7, 2023, at the Intercontinental Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana. The conference theme of “Connections: Leading for Good in a Post-Pandemic World” sets the stage for reconnection and reflection on lessons learned, challenges overcome, and opportunities discovered through the events of the recent past.

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