Bloomsbury Spot are delighted to have two books longlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year. Rob Steen’s Floodlights and Touchlines is a superb social history of sport and Bill Jones’s book Alone tells the story of the life and tragic early death of John Curry, one of the most famous ice skaters in history.
Congratulations to Rob Steen and Bill Jones, as well as all the authors nominated.
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I expect you’ve been wondering when this little beauty was going to come along, and here it is …
The 2014 Health & Fitness Books catalogue.
It’s got our greatest hits, our newest chart-toppers as well as some stalwart classics.
Sit back, browse and enjoy…
Brought to you courtesy of Bloomsbury Sport. You’re welcome.
It’s been a top sporting couple of months – what with Murray winning Wimbledon, Froome cycling into yellow in the Tour De France and England winning the first two tests of the Ashes – and you’re probably wondering how we’ve managed to fit in any work in during all this sporting excitement?!
Well, we have somehow and you can see some of our top sport publishing spoils in our online Sport catalogue. Click below to see what tickles your fancy…
Bloomsbury are proud to announce that we have three books on the shortlist for the British Sport Book Awards. The three books to be shortlisted are:
Best Illustrated Book
Coppi by Herbie Sykes
Best New Writer
Sit Down and Cheer by Martin Kelner
Best Cricket Book
We’ll Get ’Em in Sequins by Max Davidson
The winner for each category will be announced on Tuesday 21st May 2013 – fingers crossed!