William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award winner William Finnegan with the judging panel on Thursday. Photograph: Steve Welsh/William Hill. “Compelling, elegiac and profound” memoir becomes surfing's first Bookie Prize winner. Barbarian Days, the acclaimed memoir of New Yorker. The winner of this year's prestigious William Hill sports book of the year will be announced on Thursday. Sportsmail reflects on the prestigious.
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