Amir Khan: A Boy from Bolton: My Story

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At age 17, Amir Khan became Britain's youngest Olympic boxer since 1976 when he won silver at the 2004 Olympics in Athens. He turned professional in 2005 and has remained unbeaten ever since, with tickets to his fights sell out in hours. He has also emerged as the poster boy for British multiculturalism and an important role model for Asian youngsters. This hard-hitting autobiography tells the story of a boy who Don King has compared to Sugar Ray Robinson, but who still lives at his parent's home with his sister and two ...

Amir Khan: A Boy from Bolton: My Story 2007, Bloomsbury UK

ISBN-13: 9780747588054

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Amir Khan: A Boy from Bolton: My Story 2006, Bloomsbury UK

ISBN-13: 9780747587606

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