Sir Durward, now the world's oldest Olympian, pens book, "Never Give Up"
CEO and Publisher of Scholar Books, Albert Cox is shown with the oldest living Olympic champion, Sir Durward Knowles and his 1964 gold Olympic medal that he won with the late Cecile Cook in star class sailing in Tokyo. Sir Durward is set to release a self-help book, “Never Give Up” in October 2017 just before his 100th birthday. The book focuses on Sir Durward’s recent health battles, recovery and the lessons he continues to learn and apply to his life. The damage to his left eye, face and legs and having to learn to walk again is the focus of this inspirational book that will be published by Scholar Books. Photo by Azaleta Ishmael-Newry
By Azaleta Ishmael-Newry
Nassau, Bahamas - Sir Durward Knowles who is now the oldest living Olympic champion in the world and a renowned Bahamian sailor, is penning another book to be released in October 2017, a month before his centurion birthday.
Sir Durward has chosen Scholar Books to publish “Never Give Up,” an inspirational book that covers his recovery from serious health complications that had caused him to rearrange his entire life. Read more >>