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Presents an account of England and British Lions rugby legend Andy Ripley's fight against prostate cancer. This title documents his reaction to the initial diagnosis and the effect this had on him and his family. It guides us through his subsequent treatment, along with his philosophical, jovial take on the personal events unfolding around him.
Andy Ripley was capped 24 times for the England international rugby team throughout the 1970s and was one of Willie John's invincible Lions in 1974. Now a successful businessman, he has held the world indoor rowing record for heavyweight men for 10 years. Born in 1947 and raised in Liverpool, he now lives in Surrey with his wife of 30 years and has 3 children.
Winner of British Sports Book Awards: Best Rugby Book 2008.