Jonny Wilkinson's impact on global sport has been extraordinary. Yet Jonny has faced a battle all his life to achieve success and, crucially, happiness. A crippling fear of failure, the targets he set himself and a string of injuries have caused Jonny to question his attitude to life. In this startling new book, Jonny opens up for the very first time, revealing his darkest moments and explaining in a practical way the steps and techniques he has taken to ensure success in all aspects of his life. He still wants to be the best, but he now enjoys the journey. With never-before-told stories from his life and rugby career punctuated with questionnaires sent to a wide range of well-known sports people, this book will act as a powerful inspiration for anyone wanting to bring to the field of play—be it business, personal, or sport—the very best they have to offer.
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Jonny Wilkinson became England's youngest international for 71 years when he made his debut at 18 in March 1998. He has since won 70 caps for his country and is the leading point-scorer in test rugby. In the 2003 World Cup he scored the drop goal that won the tournament. He endured a succession of injuries that kept him out of international action for over three years but he returned to kick the England rugby team to the final of the 2007 World Cup. He has also won five British Lions caps. He was awarded the MBE in January 2003, and the OBE a year later.Review:
"If it is possible to be as dedicated, gifted, modest, and influential as Englands fly-half, then Sport really is a place where inspiration can be found." —Daily Mail
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Descrizione libro Headline Publishing Group, 2008. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Brand New. 320 pages. 9.65x7.17x1.18 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria zk0755318439
Descrizione libro Headline Book Publishing, 2008. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M0755318439