No Limits by Byron Rempel Book Signed by Author
The Amazing Life Story of Rhona and Rhoda Wurtele. No Limits — Canada’s Olympian Skiing Pioneers, by Byron Rempel. Ski history book is SIGNED BY AUTHOR.
“This is a fascinating history of two wonderful athletes and their times. It will be of particular interest to anyone interested in the development of amateur sport in Canada, especially those familiar with the important initiatives coming from Montreal and the Laurentians.” — Richard W. Pound, Past President, Canadian Olympic Committee, Member International Olympic Committee.
“As a ski reporter for the Montreal Gazette in the 1940s, I watched Rhona and Rhoda win race after race. They were truly phenomenal as they tamed the wildest hills. But I knew nothing about their later lives until I read this book. It led me to further admiration as I learned how the twins overcame many hardships and brought up, between them, seven children, all of whom have had outstanding careers. The book is much more than a chronicle of sporting achievement; with its revealing sidelights it is also a valuable contribution to the social history of Canada in the Twentieth Century.” — William Weintraub, author of Crazy About Lili
Copyright 2007 by Twinski Publications. Published in Canada by Twinski Publications. Edited by Lynn Schellenberg. Soft Cover. 357 Pages. Book Size 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 x 1 inches.
About the Author: Byron Rempel is a writer whose latest book, Truth is Naked, an autobiographical exaggeration, was named one of the Globe & Mail’s Best Books of 2006. He has written for the National Post, Saturday Night Magazine, and Discovery Travel, among many other media. He currently lives in St. Sauveur in a pink church.