Jonah, His Story

Rugby icon Jonah Lomu is back in the news thanks to the release of his highly-anticipated autobiography, Jonah My Story. The Age praises the “simple yet emotionally taut language” Lomu uses to portray his rise from troubled and abused youth to international superstar. Belfast Telegraph reviewer Peter Sharkey compares Lomu at the 1995 World Cup to Viv Richards, Mike Tyson, and Muhammed Ali at the peak of their achievements – “sporting greats at their ruthless best.”


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Jiu-Jitsu Coach John Danaher Learnt from the Best

Jiu-Jitsu Coach John Danaher Learnt from the Best

“Brazilian jiu-jitsu has been compared to chess, philosophy, even psychoanalysis. But its real appeal is on the mat,” Stephanie Hayes writes for The Atlantic in a story about influential mixed martial…