Part I: Introduction
1. Indigenous Australians and Sport
2. Sport, Experience, the Body and Learning
3. The Study
4. Alvin: 'It's Our Life'
5. Max: 'Dad Wanted Me to Try a Lot of Different Sports'
6. Toby: 'Bring Your Own Flavour'
7. Carl: 'Geez-I'm Not Too Bad at This Caper'
Part II: Discussion
8. Danny: 'Rugby League's a Religion for Aboriginal People'
9 Ryan: 'Having Good Relationships with People Who Believe in You and Believe in Your Ability' 10. Bernie: 'I Knew What I Wanted and I Was Willing to Do Anything to Get It'
11. Zac: The Road Less Travelled
Part III: Discussion
Part IV: What These Stories Tell Us
Introduction to Part IV
12. Laying the Foundations of Expertise
13. Transitioning into the Culture of Professional Sport
14 Locating Learning in the Bigger Picture
15. Conclusion and Implications
Richard Light is Professor of Sport Coaching in the College of Education, Health and Human Development at The University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
John Evans is Professor of Indigenous Health Education in the School of Sport and Exercise Science, Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney, Australia.