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THOMPSON
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January 24, 2006
Author Kate Thompson holds a copy of her book "The New Policeman" at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony...
London, UK
Author Kate Thompson holds a copy of her book "The New Policeman" at the Whitbread Book Awards cerem.....
Author Kate Thompson holds a copy of her book "The New Policeman" at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London, January 24, 2006. Kate Thompson won the Whitbread Children's Book Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award for books first published in 2005 written authors based in Britain and [Ireland.]
AW
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January 24, 2006
Tash Aw holds a copy of his book "The Harmony Silk Factory", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in...
London, UK
Tash Aw holds a copy of his book "The Harmony Silk Factory", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony i.....
Tash Aw holds a copy of his book "The Harmony Silk Factory", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London January 24, 2006. Tash Aw won the Whitbread First Novel Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award for books first published in 2005 written by authors based in Britain and [Ireland.]
SPURLING
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January 24, 2006
Author Hilary Spurling arrives at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London, January 24, 2006....
London, UK
Author Hilary Spurling arrives at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London, January 24, .....
Author Hilary Spurling arrives at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London, January 24, 2006. Spurling won the Whitbread Biography Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award for books first published in 2005 written authors based in Britain and [Ireland.]
SPURLING
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January 24, 2006
Hilary Spurling holds a copy of her book "Matisse the Master", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony...
London, UK
Hilary Spurling holds a copy of her book "Matisse the Master", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony.....
Hilary Spurling holds a copy of her book "Matisse the Master", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London, January 24, 2006. Spurling won the Whitbread Biography Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award, for books first published in 2005 written authors based in Britain and [Ireland.]
ARTS WHITBREAD
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January 24, 2006
Author Kate Thompson holds a copy of her book "The New Policeman" at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony...
London, United Kingdom
Author Kate Thompson holds a copy of her book The New Policeman at Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in...
Author Kate Thompson holds a copy of her book "The New Policeman" at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London, January 24, 2006. Kate Thompson won the Whitbread Children's Book Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award for books first published in 2005 written authors based in Britain and Ireland. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ARTS WHITBREAD
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January 24, 2006
Hilary Spurling holds a copy of her book "Matisse the Master", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony...
London, United Kingdom
Author Spurling holds a copy of her book Matisse the Master at Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central...
Hilary Spurling holds a copy of her book "Matisse the Master", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London, January 24, 2006. Spurling won the Whitbread Biography Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award, for books first published in 2005 written authors based in Britain and Ireland. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ARTS WHITBREAD
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January 24, 2006
Tash Aw holds a copy of his book "The Harmony Silk Factory", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in...
London, United Kingdom
Author Tash Aw holds a copy of his book The Harmony Silk Factory at Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in...
Tash Aw holds a copy of his book "The Harmony Silk Factory", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London January 24, 2006. Tash Aw won the Whitbread First Novel Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award for books first published in 2005 written by authors based in Britain and Ireland. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ARTS WHITBREAD
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January 24, 2006
Ali Smith holds a copy of her book "the accidental", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central...
London, United Kingdom
Author Smith holds a copy of her book at Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London
Ali Smith holds a copy of her book "the accidental", at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London January 24, 2006. Smith won the Whitbread Novel Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award for books first published in 2005 written authors based in Britain and Ireland. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ARTS WHITBREAD
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January 24, 2006
Author Christopher Logue holds a copy of his book "Cold Calls" at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony...
London, United Kingdom
Author Logue holds a copy of his book Cold Calls at Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London
Author Christopher Logue holds a copy of his book "Cold Calls" at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London January 24, 2006. Logue won the Whitbread Poetry Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award for books first published in 2005 written authors based in Britain and Ireland. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ARTS WHITBREAD
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January 24, 2006
Short-listed authors (L to R) Kate Thompson, Tash Aw, Ali Smith, Christopher Logue and Hilary Spurling...
London, United Kingdom
Short-listed authors Thompson, Aw, Smith, Logue and Spurling pose at Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in...
Short-listed authors (L to R) Kate Thompson, Tash Aw, Ali Smith, Christopher Logue and Hilary Spurling pose at the Whitbread Book Awards in central London January 24, 2006. The five are short-listed for the overall Whitbread literary title for books first published in 2005 written authors based in Britain and Ireland. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ARTS WHITBREAD
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January 24, 2006
Author Hilary Spurling arrives at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London, January 24, 2006....
London, United Kingdom
Author Spurling arrives at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London
Author Hilary Spurling arrives at the Whitbread Book Awards ceremony in central London, January 24, 2006. Spurling won the Whitbread Biography Award 2005 and is also short-listed for the overall Whitbread award for books first published in 2005 written authors based in Britain and Ireland. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ARTS WHITBREAD
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January 27, 2004
British author Mark Haddon holds a copy of his book "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH AUTHOR HADDON POSES WITH COPY OF HIS BOOK AHEAD OF WHITBREAD AWARDS IN LONDON.
British author Mark Haddon holds a copy of his book "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" before the Whitbread Book of the Year Awards in London, January 27, 2004. Hot favourite Mark Haddon on Tuesday landed the Whitbread Book of the Year prize, one of Britain's top literary awards, for a quirky murder mystery novel narrated by an autistic teenager. REUTERS/Natasha-Marie Brown NMB/MD/CRB
BRITAIN
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January 28, 2003
British author Claire Tomalin (L) is congratulated by her husband, fellow author and contestant Michael...
London, UK
British author Claire Tomalin (L) is congratulated by her husband, fellow author and contestant Mich.....
British author Claire Tomalin (L) is congratulated by her husband, fellow author and contestant Michael Frayn (R) after winning the Whitbread Book of the Year Award with her book "Samuel Pepys The Unequalled Self" in London January 28, 2003. The Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).
MCKAY
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January 28, 2003
British author Hilary McKay faces the media holding her Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "Saffy's...
London, UK
British author Hilary McKay faces the media holding her Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "Saff.....
British author Hilary McKay faces the media holding her Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "Saffy's Angel" in London January 28, 2003. The Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).
TOMALIN
RTXLRJQ
January 28, 2003
British author Claire Tomalin faces the media holding her Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "Samuel...
London, UK
British author Claire Tomalin faces the media holding her Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "S.....
British author Claire Tomalin faces the media holding her Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "Samuel Pepys The Equalled Self" in London January 28, 2003. The Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).
FARLEY
RTXLRJP
January 28, 2003
British author Paul Farley faces the media holding his Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "The Ice...
London, UK
British author Paul Farley faces the media holding his Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "The I.....
British author Paul Farley faces the media holding his Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "The Ice Age" in London January 28, 2003. The Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).
LEBRECHT
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January 28, 2003
British author Norman Lebrecht faces the media holding his Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "The...
London, UK
British author Norman Lebrecht faces the media holding his Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "T.....
British author Norman Lebrecht faces the media holding his Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "The Song of Names" in London January 28, 2003. The Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).
FRAYN
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January 28, 2003
British author Michael Frayn faces the media holding his Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "Spies"...
London, UK
British author Michael Frayn faces the media holding his Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "Sp.....
British author Michael Frayn faces the media holding his Whitbread Book of the Year Award entry "Spies" in London January 28, 2003. The Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).
BRITAIN
RTXLRJM
January 28, 2003
British author's, husband and wife, Michael Frayn (R) and Claire Tomalin (L) poses for photographers...
London, UK
British author's, husband and wife, Michael Frayn (R) and Claire Tomalin (L) poses for photographers.....
British author's, husband and wife, Michael Frayn (R) and Claire Tomalin (L) poses for photographers ahead of the Whitbread Book of the Year Award 2003 in London January 28, 2003. The Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).
RTRHD14
January 28, 2003
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN IS CONGRATULATED BY HER HUSBAND MICHAEL
FRAYN AFTER WINNING THE WHITBREAD...
United Kingdom
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN IS CONGRATULATED BY HER HUSBAND MICHAEL
FRAYN AFTER WINNING THE WHITBREAD...
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN IS CONGRATULATED BY HER HUSBAND MICHAEL
FRAYN AFTER WINNING THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD IN LONDON.
BRITAIN WHITBREAD
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January 28, 2003
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN MAKES HER ACCEPTANCE SPEECH AFTER WINNING
THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR...
London, UK
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN MAKES HER ACCEPTANCE SPEECH AFTER WINNING
THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR...
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN MAKES HER ACCEPTANCE SPEECH AFTER WINNING
THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD IN LONDON.
RTRHD0R
January 28, 2003
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN IS CONGRATULATED BY HER HUSBAND MICHAEL
FRAYN AFTER WINNING THE WHITBREAD...
United Kingdom
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN IS CONGRATULATED BY HER HUSBAND MICHAEL
FRAYN AFTER WINNING THE WHITBREAD...
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN IS CONGRATULATED BY HER HUSBAND MICHAEL
FRAYN AFTER WINNING THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD IN LONDON.
RTRHCS1
January 28, 2003
British authors shortlisted for the Whitbread Book of the Year Award,
including Norman Lebrecht (L),...
United Kingdom
BRITISH AUTHORS SHOTLISTED FOR THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD
FACE THE MEDIA IN LONDON.
British authors shortlisted for the Whitbread Book of the Year Award,
including Norman Lebrecht (L), Claire Tomalin (2L), Michael Frayn (C),
Hilary McKay (2R) and Paul Farley face the media ahead of the book
awards ceremony in London January 28, 2003. The Whitbread Award, one of
the longest-running and most prestigious book awards in the UK,
consists of six awards in total. The overall winner will be presented
with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925). REUTERS/Peter MacDiarmid

NMB
RTRHCRV
January 28, 2003
British author Hilary McKay faces the media holding her Whitbread Book
of the Year Award entry "Saffy's...
United Kingdom
BRITISH AUTHOR HILARY MCKAY FACES MEDIA AHEAD OF WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE
YEAR AWARDS IN LONDON.
British author Hilary McKay faces the media holding her Whitbread Book
of the Year Award entry "Saffy's Angel" in London January 28, 2003. The
Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book
awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner
will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).

REUTERS/Peter MacDiarmid
RTRHCRQ
January 28, 2003
British author Claire Tomalin faces the media holding her Whitbread
Book of the Year Award entry "Samuel...
United Kingdom
BRITISH AUTHOR CLAIRE TOMALIN FACES THE MEDIA AHEAD OF THE WHITBREAD
BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARDS IN LONDON....
British author Claire Tomalin faces the media holding her Whitbread
Book of the Year Award entry "Samuel Pepys The Equalled Self" in London
January 28, 2003. The Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and
most prestigious book awards in the UK, consists of six awards in
total. The overall winner will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40,
925). REUTERS/Peter MacDiarmid

NMB
RTRHCRL
January 28, 2003
British author Paul Farley faces the media holding his Whitbread Book
of the Year Award entry "The Ice...
United Kingdom
BRITISH AUTHOR PAUL FARLEY FACES MEDIA AHEAD OF WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE
YEAR AWARDS IN LONDON.
British author Paul Farley faces the media holding his Whitbread Book
of the Year Award entry "The Ice Age" in London January 28, 2003. The
Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book
awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner
will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).

REUTERS/Peter MacDiarmid
RTRHCRF
January 28, 2003
British author Norman Lebrecht faces the media holding his Whitbread
Book of the Year Award entry "The...
United Kingdom
BRITISH AUTHOR NORMAN LEBRECHT FACES MEDIA AHEAD OF WHITBREAD BOOK OF
THE YEAR AWARDS IN LONDON.
British author Norman Lebrecht faces the media holding his Whitbread
Book of the Year Award entry "The Song of Names" in London January 28,
2003. The Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most
prestigious book awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The
overall winner will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925).

REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid
RTRHCR0
January 28, 2003
BRITISH AUTHOR'S MICHAEL FRAYN'S AND CLAIRE TOMALIN FACE THE MEDIA
AHEAD OF THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE...
United Kingdom
BRITISH AUTHOR'S MICHAEL FRAYN'S AND CLAIRE TOMALIN FACE THE MEDIA
AHEAD OF THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE...
BRITISH AUTHOR'S MICHAEL FRAYN'S AND CLAIRE TOMALIN FACE THE MEDIA
AHEAD OF THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARDS IN LONDON.
RTRHCQU
January 28, 2003
British author Michael Frayn faces the media holding his Whitbread Book
of the Year Award entry "Spies"...
United Kingdom
BRITISH AUTHOR MICHAEL FRAYN FACES THE MEDIA AHEAD OF THE WHITBREAD
BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARDS IN LONDON....
British author Michael Frayn faces the media holding his Whitbread Book
of the Year Award entry "Spies" in London January 28, 2003. The
Whitbread Award, one of the longest-running and most prestigious book
awards in the UK, consists of six awards in total. The overall winner
will be presented with 25,000 pounds ($40, 925). REUTERS/Hand out

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PULLMAN
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January 22, 2002
Author Philip Pullman smiles with a copy of his book the Amber Spyglass after having received the Whitbread...
London, UK
Author Philip Pullman smiles with a copy of his book the Amber Spyglass after having received the W.....
Author Philip Pullman smiles with a copy of his book the Amber Spyglass after having received the Whitbread Book of the Year 2001 award January 22, 2002. [Pullman also won the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year and collected a total of 30,000 pounds sterling in prize money.]
BRITAIN
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January 22, 2002
Author Philip Pullman smiles with a copy of his book the Amber Spyglass
after having received the Whitbread...
London, UK
PHILIP PULLMAN RECEIVES THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR.
Author Philip Pullman smiles with a copy of his book the Amber Spyglass
after having received the Whitbread Book of the Year 2001 award January
22, 2002. Pullman also won the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year
and collected a total of 30,000 pounds sterling in prize money.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/WS
BRITAIN
RTRP7I
January 22, 2002
Author Philip Pullman makes his acceptance speech after having received
the Whitbread Book of the Year...
London, UK
PHILIP PULLMAN RECEIEVES THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR.
Author Philip Pullman makes his acceptance speech after having received
the Whitbread Book of the Year 2001 award for his book the Amber
Spyglass January 22, 2002. Pullman also the Whitbread Children's Book
of the Year and collected a total of 30,000 pounds sterling in prize
money. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD
BRITAIN
RTROYG
January 22, 2002
Poet Selima Hill stands with her book entitled Bunny prior to the
announcement of the Whitbread Book...
London, UK
SELIMA HILL STANDS WITH HER BOOK AT THE WHITBREAD BOOK AWARDS.
Poet Selima Hill stands with her book entitled Bunny prior to the
announcement of the Whitbread Book Awards in London, January 22, 2002.
Hill was shortlisted for the 2001 Whitbread Book of the year.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD
BRITAIN
RTROY9
January 22, 2002
Author Diana Souhami stands with her biographical book entitled
Selkirk's Island prior to the announcement...
London, UK
DIANA SOUHAMI STANDS WITH HER BOOK AT THE WHITBREAD BOOK AWARDS.
Author Diana Souhami stands with her biographical book entitled
Selkirk's Island prior to the announcement of the Whitbread Book Awards
in London, January 22, 2002. Souhami was shortlisted for the 2001
Whitbread Book of the year. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/WS
BRITAIN
RTROXT
January 22, 2002
Poet Selima Hill stands with her book entitled Bunny prior to the
announcement of the Whitbread Book...
London, UK
SELIMA HILL STANDS WITH HER BOOK AT THE WHITBREAD BOOK AWARDS.
Poet Selima Hill stands with her book entitled Bunny prior to the
announcement of the Whitbread Book Awards in London, January 22, 2002.
Hill was shortlisted for the 2001 Whitbread Book of the year.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD
BRITAIN
RTROXK
January 22, 2002
Author Sid Smith stands with his book entitled Something Like A House
prior to the announcement of the...
London, UK
SID SMITH STANDS WITH HIS BOOK AT THE WHITBREAD BOOK AWARDS.
Author Sid Smith stands with his book entitled Something Like A House
prior to the announcement of the Whitbread Book Awards in London,
January 22 2002. Smith's first novel was shortlisted for the 2001
Whitbread Book of the year. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD
BRITAIN
RTROXG
January 22, 2002
Author Patrick Neate stands with his book entitled Twelve Bar Blues
prior to the announcement of the...
London, UK
PATRICK NEATE STANDS WITH HIS BOOK AT THE WHITBREAD BOOK AWARDS.
Author Patrick Neate stands with his book entitled Twelve Bar Blues
prior to the announcement of the Whitbread Book Awards in London
January 22 2002. Neate was shortlisted for the 2001 Whitbread Book of
the year. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/WS
BRITAIN
RTROX3
January 22, 2002
British author Philip Pullman stands with his book entitled the Amber
Spyglass prior to the announcement...
London, UK
PHILIP PULLMAN STANDS WITH HIS BOOK AT THE WHITBREAD BOOK AWARDS.
British author Philip Pullman stands with his book entitled the Amber
Spyglass prior to the announcement of the Whitbread Children's Book
Awards, London, January 22, 2002. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD
BRITAIN
RTROWY
January 22, 2002
British author Philip Pullman stands with his book entitled the Amber
Spyglass prior to the announcement...
London, UK
PHILIP PULLMAN STANDS WITH HIS BOOK AT THE WHITBREAD BOOK AWARDS.
British author Philip Pullman stands with his book entitled the Amber
Spyglass prior to the announcement of the Whitbread Children's Book
Awards, London, January 22, 2002. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD
RTRUTLW
April 23, 1998
Roy Heiner (L), skipper of Whitbread yacht BrunelSunergy, sprays a crewmate who tries to duck behind...
UNITED STATES
BRUNEL SUNERGY SKIPPER HEINER SPRAYS CREW MATE AFTER WINNING SEVENTH LEG OF WHITBREAD RACE.
Roy Heiner (L), skipper of Whitbread yacht BrunelSunergy, sprays a crewmate who tries to duck behind the plate awarded to the crew for winning the seventh leg of the Whitbread Round The World Race April 22.

REUTERS
RTRUTCY
April 22, 1998
EF Language (L), the third place finisher in the seventh leg of the Whitbread Round the World Race, enters...
UNITED STATES
EF LANGUAGE ENTERS HARBOUR AS BRUNELSUNERGY GOES BY.
EF Language (L), the third place finisher in the seventh leg of the Whitbread Round the World Race, enters Baltimore Harbor as first place finisher BrunelSunergy (R) goes by after receiving the award for winning the leg April 22. EF Language is the overall points leader in the race.

REUTERS
SPORT WHITBREAD
RTRUTEW
September 21, 1997
BrunelSunergy sailtrimmer Peter van Niekerk holds the first place award and an unidentified child after...
Baltimore
BRUNELSUNERGY CREWMAN VAN NIEKIRK HOLDS TROPHY AND CHILD.
BrunelSunergy sailtrimmer Peter van Niekerk holds the first place award and an unidentified child after finishing in the lead at the end of leg seven of the Whitbread Round The World Race in Baltimore, April 22. Ten boats set out from Southampton, Great Britain September 21, 1997 under the flags of Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.

REUTERS
HEANEY
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January 21, 1997
Poet Seamus Heaney holds a copy of his book, The Spirit Level, at the Whitbread Book of the Year awards...
Poet Seamus Heaney holds a copy of his book, The Spirit Level, at the Whitbread Book of the Year awa.....
Poet Seamus Heaney holds a copy of his book, The Spirit Level, at the Whitbread Book of the Year awards January 21. Heaney, 1995 Nobel Prize winner, won the 21,000 pound award for his collection of poems.
LONDON
RTR1C8N
January 21, 1997
British author John Lanchester poses with his book before the Whitbread 1996 Book Award Jannuary 21,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH AUTHOR LANCHESTER POSES WITH GHIS BOOK BEFORE WHITBREAD 1996 BOOK AWARD IN LONDON.
British author John Lanchester poses with his book before the Whitbread 1996 Book Award Jannuary 21, 1997. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE REUTERS/Chris Helgren CMC
ATKINSON
RTXH01K
January 23, 1996
Authoress Kate Atkinson stands with her first novel 'Behind The Scenes' before the start of the Whitbread...
Authoress Kate Atkinson stands with her first novel 'Behind The Scenes' before the start of the Whit.....
Authoress Kate Atkinson stands with her first novel 'Behind The Scenes' before the start of the Whitbread Book of the Year award ceremony January 23
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