Autobiographies from voices as varied as Jenson Button and Paralympian Andy Grant go up against a Tiger Woods exposé in the running for 30th William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award.
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Startlingly intimate portrait’ of Britain’s first cycling champion scoops 29th William Hill Sport Book of the Year
Tom Simpson: Bird on the Wire by Andy McGrath is the fourth cycling title to win the Award
Sporting icons, from Muhammad Ali to Declan Murphy and the ‘swimming suffragettes’, go head-to-head in the running for 2017 William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award.
Barbarian Days – “technicolour” surfer’s story wins 28th William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award
“Hidden souls” of sporting legends revealed in “a magnificent seven” competing for the 28th bookie prize
The shortlist for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award – the world’s richest and longest-running prize for sports writing – has today (Tuesday, 18 October) been announced.
No Nonsense, the no-holds-barred autobiography by midfielder Joey Barton, one of football’s most controversial figures, has been longlisted for the 2016 William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award, sports writing’s most valuable and prestigious prize.
State Of The Footballing Nation: The Game Of Our Lives Wins 27th William Hill Sports Book Of The Year Award
Judges praise book that places football as a “barometer of the country’s well-being alongside music, literature and film”