sports writer


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sports writer

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sportswriter

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(Journalism & Publishing) a journalist who writes about sport
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Noun1.sports writer - a journalist who writes about sports
journalist - a writer for newspapers and magazines
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The Quran Khwani started at 10am and attended by members of Khyber Union of Journalists, Crime Reporter Association, Camera Union of Journalists, Photo Journalists Association, Sports Writer Association, and large number of journalists from across the province.
Named for the famous sports writer, humorist and satirist, the award will be presented April 18 at Union League Club of Chicago.
Fletcher began his 20-plus-year career with the Herald as a sports writer. He returned to the newspaper 12 years ago as a news reporter and advanced from metro editor to managing editor and now editor.
DANCING Ali throws a punch at Foreman He was the world's best boxer.And watching him was Scotland's best sports writer.
Newcastle United face another must-win clash as they battle to avoid the drop and Chronicle chief sports writer Lee Ryder believes it's a great chance for the Magpies to take a "massive leap to safety".
Byline: Like us on Facebook facebook.com/eveningchronicle Lee Chronicle chief sports writer analyses life in black-and-white Follow us on Twitter @EveningChron rYDEr Lee Ryder Chief Sports Writer twitter: @lee_ryder
BOGHOS Mahdessian, a beloved father, husband, grandfather and former sports writer at the Cyprus Mail has passed away, aged 80.
Ochoa, PDI Sports Writer Roy Luarca, PDI Chief Photographer Rem Zamora, and INQUIRER.net Sports Writer Mark Giongco will be in Las Vegas to bring the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight to different platforms.
He is now a top sports writer who ghostwrote David Beckham's autobiography He also created Channel 4 kids' sports show, Rookies.
By DEAN JONES, sports writer for the Sunday People.
There's an expression about the act of writing that is often attributed to sports writer Red Smith: "Just open a vein and bleed.'' And that's what Smith did during a decades-long career that saw him commenting on the likes of Ted Williams, Jackie Robinson, Joe DiMaggio and, perhaps most famously and controversially, Muhammad Ali.
The American sued the newspaper nine years ago for libel following the article, seeking damages from the chief sports writer David Walsh and deputy sports editor at the time Alan English.