sportswriting


Also found in: Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

sports·writ·er

 (spôrts′rī′tər)
n.
A person who writes about sports, especially for a newspaper or magazine.

sports′writ′ing n.

sportswriting

(ˈspɔːtsˌraɪtɪŋ)
n
the work of a sports writer
References in periodicals archive ?
"It's funny, because I am kind of sad that I'm not (newspaper sportswriting) anymore," Isaacson admits.
No cheering in the press box, the sportswriting rule goes, but we can forgive Chris Hooten if he pulls a little for the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Having been in attendance that day and written the textbook hyperbolic match report, in sportswriting terms, 'mini Messi' was a mistake and something akin to hailing this precocious scribbling talent as the new Hugh McIlvanney.
It's like famous American sportswriter Jimmy Cannon said: "Sportswriting has survived because of the guys who don't cheer."
Koppett started his formal sportswriting employment with the New York Herald Tribune in 1948.
This marks the second time the 28-year-old Diaz, a silver medallist in the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Olympics, will be the recipient of the highest honor being given by the Philippine sportswriting fraternity, while Didal, Saso, Pagdanganan, and Go are first time winners.
This marks the second time the 28-year-old Diaz, a silver medalist in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, will be the recipient of the highest honor being given by the Philippine sportswriting fraternity, while Didal, Saso, Pagdanganan and Go are first-time winners.
Lumapas, a standout of Nazareth School of National University, will be joined by swimmers Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh and Marc Bryan Dula, along with figure skater Czerrine Ramos in receiving the honor handed out by the sportswriting community to promising athletes 17-year-old and below.
Promimnent figures of the Tony Siddayao Award, named after the late veteran sports editor and dean of Philippine sportswriting, include Wesley So (chess), Kiefer Ravena and Jeron Teng (basketball), Doti Ardina (golf), Eumir Marcial (boxing), Rustom Lim (cycling), Malvinne and Markie Alcala (badminton).
In the original lawsuit, the Times sued Bitter for access to the Twitter account following his departure from the paper in July for another sportswriting position.
In early July 2018, Bitter resigned from The Roanoke Times and took on a similar sportswriting position with The Athletic (theathletic .com), an online, subscription-based sports reporting and commentary website.
All of us at Lippmann House were trying to figure out what Trump's win meant for the country, for journalism, and for us individually Before coming to Cambridge, I had been given a new role at the Post-Gazette that allowed me to do projects in news as well as sports, a big step for a guy who had come up through sportswriting but had fallen in love with immersive reporting and narrative writing.