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The Volunteers By Max Walker and Gerry Gleeson

The volunteers are famous for the great job they did at the Sydney Games, no two ways about it.  Sydney was the smiling face of Australia and the volunteers were our best ambassadors.  This is a unique history of ordinary Australians’ contribution to our greatest sporting achievement – the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.   Its full of humour, emotion and guts and determination, in true Australian style.  Thanks to all of the volunteers out there … we’re proud of you.

 




Other Books by Max

The Best of Max Walker By Max Walker

We live today in an information society where technology regularly bombards each and every one of us.   As a consequence, we are losing the common art of communicating – talking t one another and telling stories. One of the most powerful tools of communication is humour.  The ability to laugh at oneself and life’s […]

Tangles By Max Walker and Neil Philipson

Maxwell Henry Walker, commonly known as ‘Tangles” to friends, fans and opponents alike, is one of those rarities in sport.  A man who became a champion in two entirely different fields and a ‘character’ in each.   Max was a child prodigy in both cricket and football.   It is difficult enough for any sportsman […]

Back to Bay 13 By Max Walker & Peter MacFarlane

Max is a true cricket ‘character’ and, as such a personality, he is the favourite of those cricket fans who frequent Bay 13 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.  They enjoy him and undoubtedly Max similarly enjoys the remarks and comments with which he is greeted after his long trudge from the centre to the fence.  […]