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Tim Noakes is the Discovery Health Professor of Exercise and Sports Science at the University of Cape Town. He is a lifelong athlete and is rated an A1-scientist by the National Research Foundation. In 2008 he was awarded the Order of Mapungubwe by the president of South Africa for 'excellent contribution to the field of sport and the science of physical exercise'. His book, Lore of Running, is considered the global 'bible' of running. He has been married to Marilyn Anne for 39 years, and they have two children. Tim is the co-founder of the Sports Science Institute of South Africa, along with rugby icon Morne du Plessis. Michael Vlismas is a Pretoria-based freelance sportswriter and broadcaster and the owner of a sports-media agency. He writes and broadcasts on sport, specifically golf, for a variety of South African and international publications and radio stations, and is a columnist for various sports and lifestyle publications, the editor of the golf publication Tee to Green and the Africa correspondent for Global Golf Post. His first book, Don't Choke - A Champion's Guide to Winning Under Pressure, was co-written with Gary Player. Michael is married to Ursula and they have two boys, Jack and Ethan.
This memoir by influential exercise physiologist Tim Noakes provides a look back at the eventful career of this exercise innovator and highlights his contributions to several areas of sports medicine. Topics discussed include new theories on the science of hydration, Noakes' work on rugby safety, cricket analysis, and his theories on the brain as the central governor of exercise capabilities. The material includes numerous illustrations including a collection of color plates. The work is co-written with South African freelance sports writer Michael Vlismas.