About this book
The inside story of Sebastian Coe, the Olympic gold-winning runner and the chairman of London's successful bid to host the Games this year. From his first official run at the age of 12 to his world record in the 800 metres in 1979, to his on-track rivalry with Steve Ovett, and his final winning of gold in 1984 in the 1500 metres, this also tells of his later life, as a Conservative MP and Olympic organiser. Sure to be popular in the wake of the massive success of the London 2012 Games.
The full story of the man who won two gold Olympic medals and then brought the Olympics to London.
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