23 May 2012
The public is invited to cast votes for the overall Sports Book of the Year from the winners of the British Sports Book of the Year awards ...
The public is invited to cast votes for the overall Sports Book of the Year from the winners of the 10th Anniversary British Sports Book of the Year awards
Everyone who votes will be cast into a draw to win £50 of National Book Tokens.
The category winners, announced on 21 May, were:
Outstanding contribution to sports writing: Nick Hornby
Best autobiography/biography: Engage: The Fall and Rise of Matt Hampson by Paul Kimmage
Best cricket book: Fred Trueman: The Authorised Biography by Chris Waters
Best football book: A Life Too Short; The Tragedy of Robert Enke by Ronald Reng
Best golf book: The 100 Greatest Ever Golfers by Andy Farrell
Best horse racing book: Beyond the Frame: Great Racing Photographs by Edward Whitaker
Best illustrated book: Wimbledon: Visions of the Championships by Bob Martin and Ian Hewitt
Best motorsport book: Ultimate E-type: The Competition Cars by Philip Porter
Best new writer: The Tragedy of the Man They Couldn't Stop by Bill Jones
Best rugby book: Higgy: Matches, Microphones and MS by Alastair Hignell
Best publicity campaign for a sports book by Clare Drysdale for Run! 26.2 Stories of Blisters and Bliss by Dean Karnazes
Best retailer: Waterstones
The closing date for voting is 10 June.