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a journalist who writes about sports


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He was one of the first sports writers who co-founded the Cyprus Sports Writers Union (EAK) and regularly wrote about football and tennis events.
For example, in last year's festival, I attended an event where two time William Hill Sports Writer of the year winner, Donald Mcrae spoke of about his book Dark Trade and his five year journey in the world of boxing.
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But through it all, Smith garnered a reputation for being the greatest sports writer of all time .
Wasser previously was a sports writer and sports editor.
Meanwhile our man Macca - a former England schoolboy international and current chairman of the Football Writers Association - follows in the footsteps of Chief Sports Writer Andy Dunn, a 2001 finalist.
Already North East Sportswriter of the Year, he saw off stiff competition, which included Journal chief sports writer Mark Douglas - nominated for his work on sister title the Sunday Sun - to take the national gong.
SPORTS writers live on dragging out a few precious crumbs of information to make a readable back page every day of the year, so Chief Sports Writer Eric Paylor's switch to page one and the piece on Tuncay and his image rights was something extra special.
Our star chief sports writer Oliver Holt was voted Sports Writer of the Year for the second time.
In addition, Daily News sports writer Tom Hoffarth was honored by the nation's sports editors for his work in 2003 in the APSE annual contest that concluded its judging Wednesday.
I wanted to be a sports writer," he said, "and I wanted to be the best sports writer around.
Chief sports writer Oliver Holt won Sports Writer of the Year for the second time running.
Oliver Holt won Sports Writer of the Year and Roger Allen picked up News Photographer of the Year.
JOURNALISM: Sports writer and columnist Blackie Sherrod is retiring from the Dallas Morning News after nearly 60 years in journalism.
BOXING: Murray Rose, an Associated Press sports writer and editor for 46 years and one of the country's best known boxing writers during his career, died Monday.