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Book - Layne Beachley - Beneath the Waves

From the Collection of Australian National Surfing Museum 77 Beach Road Surf City Plaza Surfcoast Highway Torquay Victoria

Description
Colour cover with a close up photographic image of a smiling Layne Beachley paddling into a wave.
Size
H23cm x W15cm
Object Registration
2009.40000
Keywords
layne beachley, kelly slater, stephanie gilmore, lisa anderson, michael gordon, ken bradshaw, kirk pengilly
Historical information
Authorised biography on Australia's Layne Beachley the most successful female surfer in the history of the sport. This book follows her story as she strives to overcome the obstacles of injury, chronic fatigue and family tragedy to achieve success in the male dominated sport of surfing.
Made By
Ebury Press/Random House Australia (Publisher), Michael Gordon (Author)
Significance
The first biography on seven times, World Surfing Champion Layne Beachley, one of the most succesful female athletes in the history of modern sport. Written by award winning journalist and surfer Michael Gordon.
Inscriptions & Markings
Book title, author name.
Last updated
3 Mar 2017 at 10:10AM