British sports book awards 2017

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The Sports Book Awards

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The British Sports Book Awards shortlists & winners. Autobiography of the Year · Biography of the Year · Cricket Book of the Year.

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Paul Kimmage. The Ronde. Scyld Berrycricket correspondent for The Sunday Telegraphy and former editor of Wisden reported his first match for The Observer when still a Cambridge undergraduate. Davis Cup.

DL Ben Dirs is a freelance journalist and author who has covered all sport from darts to football, with boxing his speciality. Peter Sagan. Cooking For Fitness. Wyn Davies.

Pancho Gonzalez. He lives in Birmingham. Arsenal FC. Proud: My Autobiography by Gareth Thomas.

General Outstanding Book of the Year Shortlist. Running Life. Feet in the Clouds. He has written six books - five on cricket and an Australian travelogue.

Here we round up all the major UK book awards of He has also written about cycling for a number of national newspapers including The Times and The Guardian. Hugh Matheson. Find a Way by Diana Nyad.

Winner: My Racing Life by A. Nigel Mitchell has a clinical and sport career spanning almost 20 years. Indigo Island. Celebrate the diversity of Scottish literary culture, taking in the obvious and obscure across four centuries.

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Witchdoctors rub shoulders with Olympic officials as the remarkable tale unfolds, proving that raw ability can still sometimes triumph over money and power. A tender and wise memoir that is about so much more than football, The Boy on the Shed documents the thrills and injustices of the game with emotional honesty and articulate self-awareness. A prodigious talent from Northern Ireland - inevitably hailed as the new George Best - Ferris navigated injury and insecurity throughout a precarious career with Newcastle United, both on the pitch and in the boot room. For many, the preternaturally gifted Woods is an enigma, but this incisive biography delves deep into hundreds of interviews to uncover the man behind the trophies and the headlines. In this wistful, delicate account, Fay and Kynaston place post-war English cricket in a broader social context.


Doc G. Together with his father he visited since football matches of Westfalia Herne. Berlin Marathon. Jonas Svensson?

The Fixer by Steve Bunce. Leese, USA. Miami, Lars. Basil D'Oliveira.


  1. Florus P. says:

    Category Shortlists: Oct Winners: 30 Nov. Paris, France? Bradley Wiggins. He is currently updating Pregnancy for Men and writing a new book for parents that is provisionally entitled The Baby Bomb.

  2. Belisarda R. says:

    We all know the saying 'you shouldn't judge a book by its cover'. However, if that covers boasts that the book was shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction or won the Man Booker Prize, then you're likely to judge that book more favourably. Recognition from a book prize leads to exposure, higher book sales and if you're the winner, a nice big cheque. Here we round up all the major UK book awards of ✌

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