Illustrated in black and white and eight pages of colour.
The author, a New Zealander, has spent part of his life in USA, generally acknowledged as the mother country of indoor athletics.
(It was in recognition of such a fact that the IAAF chose to stage its first World Indoor Championships in USA, namely at Indianapolis, Indiana in 1987).
18 plus postage (2 UK & Europe, 5 outside Europe); from Rob Whittingham, 7 Birch Green, Croft Manor, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 8PR, UK. The latest of the DGLD the German statistical group, Deutsche Gesellschaft fr Leichtathletik-Dokumentation booklet is No. Its 182 pages include articles on the Germany v Switzerland international of 1924 with profiles of all the German team (and results of the first match between the nations in 1921), the Olympic Marathon 1932 with details of races leading up to it and career details of all participants, German mens and womens indoor all-time lists at , German womens javelin top 40s for each age 13 to 19, and athletics and bobsleigh with detailed statistical profiles of 132 athletes to also have had bobsleigh credentials. Membership, with free Deutsche Bestenliste (deep year lists) euro 55 per year.
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If you would like to be kept up to date with the book, due out in April, then just send an email to [email protected](No need to send a message - just email with "Book" on the subject line).2013. This book has been fully revised and updated for the 60th anniversary of Roger Bannister's first sub-four minute mile.