Who won what at the British Sports Book Awards

Here is the full roll call of winners and the shortlists for each category:

Best Autobiography: Winner -- Open: An Autobiography by Andre Agassi (HarperCollins)

Best biography: Winner -- Harold Larwood by Duncan Hamilton (Quercus)

Best illustrated title: Winner -- Centre Court (All England Lawn Tennis) by John Barrett and Ian Hewitt (Vision Sports)

Shortlisted: 100 Magic Moments of the Turf by Graeme Roe (Green Umbrella), Stuart Broad Bowled Over: An Ashes Celebration - My Side of the Story (Hodder & Stoughton), My Comeback: Up Close and Personal by Lance Armstrong (Yellow Jersey), Reuters - Sport in the 21st Century (Thames Hudson), Sea The Stars: The Story of a Perfect Racehorse by Sean Magee  (Racing Post).

Best new writer: Winner -- Eclipse by Nicholas Clee (Bantam Press)

Shortlisted: Simple Goalkeeping Made Spectacular: A Rioutous Footballing Memoir About the Loneliest Position on the Field by Graham Joyce (Mainstream), Blood Over Water by David and James Livingston (Bloomsbury), I AM THE GLORYHUNTER: One Man's Quest For The Ultimate Football Season by Spencer Austin (Know the Score Books), The Man Who Cycled the World by Mark Beaumont (Transworld), A Great Face for Radio: The Adventures of a Sports Commentator by John Anderson (Know the Score Books), Ashes 2009: When Freddie Became Jesus by Jarrod Kimber (Pitch Publishing).

Best football book: Joint winners -- Cantona: The Rebel Who Would Be King: 1 by Philippe Auclair (Macmillan) and Feet of the Chameleon by Ian Hawkey (Anova)

Best rugby book: Winner -- Confessions of a Rugby Mercenary by John Daniell (Ebury Press)

Shortlisted: Nobody Beats Us: The Inside Story of the 1970s Wales Rugby Team by David Tossell (Mainstream), For the Glory: Two Olympics, Two Wars, Two Heroes by Mark Ryan (JR Books), Just For Kicks: The Autobiography by Kenny Logan (Headline), The Red and the White: A History of England Vs Wales Rugby by Huw Richards (Aurum), Lion Man: The Autobiography by Ian McGeechan (Simon and Schuster)

Best cricket book: Winner -- Golden Boy: Kim Hughes and the bad old days of Australian cricket by Christian Ryan (Orion)

Shortlisted: Imran Khan: The Cricketer, The Celebrity, The Politician by Christopher Sandford (HarperCollins), Michael Vaughan: Time to Declare - My Autobiography by Michael Vaughan (Hodder and Stoughton), Harold Larwood by Duncan Hamilton (Quercus), Of Didcot and the Demon: The Cricketing Times of Alan Gibson by Anthony Gibson (Fairfield).

Best publicity campaign: Winner -- Madelaine Toy of Transworld for The Man Who Cycled the World by Mark Beaumont

Shortlisted: Anna Robinson of Simon and Schuster for Lion Man: The Autobiography by Ian McGeechan, Lisa Gooding of Yellow Jersey for Ben Ainslie: Close to the Wind - Autobiography of Britain's Greatest Olympic Sailor by Ben Ainslie, Sue Amaradivakara of Yellow Jersey for The Last Champion: The Life of Fred Perry by Jon Henderson, Louise Swannell of Hodder & Stoughton for Andrew Flintoff: Ashes to Ashes by Andrew Flintoff and Michael Vaughan: Time to Declare - My Autobiography by Michael Vaughan.


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