Publications by Scott Tinley

 


Finding Triathlon: How Endurance Sports Explain the World
Sep 29, 2015 by Scott Tinley – Buy at Amazon


Things to Be Survived
Jan 2, 2007 by Scott Tinley – Buy at Amazon


Racing the Sunset: How Athletes Survive, Thrive, or Fail in Life After Sport
Apr 21, 2015 by Scott Tinley
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Triathlon: A Personal History
Jan 1, 1999 by Scott Tinley
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Finding the Wheel’s Hub: Tales and Thoughts on the Endurance Athletic Lifestyle
Mar 1995 by Scott Tinley
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Scott Tinley’s Winning Guide to Sports Endurance: How to Maximize Speed, Strength and Stamina
Feb 1994 by Scott Tinley and Ken McAlpine
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Scott Tinley’s Winning Triathlon
Apr 1986 by Scott Tinley and Mike Plant
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Racing the Sunset: An Athlete’s Quest for Life After Sport by Scott Tinley (2006-03-01)
by Scott Tinley
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Scott Tinley Sports Titles Bibliography

Tinley, S. (1986). Winning triathlon. Chicago: IL. Contemporary Books.

Tinley, S. (1994). Sports endurance. New York: Rodale Press.

Tinley, S. (1996). Finding the wheel’s hub. Palo Alto: CA. TriMarket Press.

Tinley, S. (1997). Triathlon: A personal history. Boulder: CO. Velo Press.

Tinley, S. (2002b). The athlete’s transition: Understanding the emotional
trauma upon retirement (Unpublished Masters Thesis). San Diego State
University, San Diego, CA. Retrieved from IART SDSU website
http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/~iart/index.html

Tinley, S. (2003). Racing the sunset: An athlete’s quest for life after sport.
Guilford, CT: Globe Pequot Press.

Tinley, S. (2007a). Female athletes in sport transition. Unpublished study. San
Diego State University, San Diego, CA. Retrieved from IART SDSU
website http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/~iart/index.html

Tinley, S. (2007b). Things to be survived: Tales of redemption and resolution.
San Francisco, CA: Habitus Press.

Tinley, S. (2008). Why Rocky matters. Hall of Fame Magazine. Retrieved from
http://www.scotttinley.com/pdf/whyrockymatters.pdf

Tinley, S. (2009a). As the wheel turns: Beyond planet Floyd. Hall of Fame Magazine. Retrieved
from http://www.hofmag.com/content/view/847/60/

Tinley, S. (2010a). Brett Favre saga. CBS News/Sports. Retrieved from
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-31751_162 20019439-10391697.html?tag=mncol;lst;

Tinley, S. (2010b). How Lance wins his next tour. CBS News/Sports. Retrieved from
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-31751_162-20011310-10391697.html?tag=mncol;lst;9

Tinley, S. (2010c). Living with LeBron. CBS News/Sports. Retrieved from
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-31751_162-20010256-10391697.html?tag=mncol;lst;10

Tinley, S. (2010d). LeMond, Armstrong and the Never Ending Wheel of Fortune. In Cycling andPhilosophy, Ilundáin-Agurruza, J. and Austin, M.W. Eds. Lynchburg, VA. Blackwell Press.

Tinley, S. (2011a). Technology in sport: Performance, profit, ethics, and exclusion. In
Encyclopedia of Sport Management. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
Tinley, S. (2011b). Beyond paternogate: Are we really Penn State? CBSNews/Sports. Retrieved
from: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-31751_162-57323235-10391697/beyond- paternogate-are-we-really-penn-state/?tag=mncol;lst;4

Tinley, S. (2011c). Hank Williams Jr. for president: A short primer on sports, politics, and
(un)popular culture. CBSNews/Sports. Retrieved from: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-31751_162-20115540-10391697.html?tag=mncol;lst;5

Tinley, S. (2011d). November/December). Haven’t we met?: A journey into a place
of an athlete’s making. 3/GOMagazine. North Hollywood, CA: Move Press.

Tinley, S. (2012a). Native bones and lost cities: A study of the Ironman
Triathlon. 3/GO Magazine. North Hollywood, CA: Move Press. 346

Tinley, S. (2012b). Finding the Golden Mean. 3/GO Magazine. North Hollywood, CA: Move
Press. 347

Tinley, S. (2012c). Rockfish rising. 3/GO Magazine. North Hollywood, CA: Move Press, 348

Tinley, S. (in press). Beyond the failed sports hero: Where we all fall down. In L.
Wenner (Ed.), Fallen sports heroes, media and celebrity culture. New
York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, fall 2012.

Tinley, S. (2012d). Seeing stars: Emotional trauma in athlete retirement: Contexts, intersections,
and explorations. Doctoral dissertation. Retrieved from
http://www.scotttinley.com/pdf/ST_Dissertation.pdf

Tinley, S. (2012e). Why did Junior Seau kill himself? Exploring athletes and depression. Sports Illustrated/SI Vault. Retrieved from
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/web/COM1201152/index.htm