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 Translation for 'sports journalist' from English to Russian
NOUN   a sports journalist | sports journalists
журн.занятиеспорт
спортивный журналист {м}
sports journalist
Partial Matches
занятие
журналист {м}
journalist
3
журн.занятиеэкон.
деловой журналист {м}
economic journalist
журн.занятие
журналистка {ж}
journalist [female]
2
журн.спорт
спортивный репортёр {м}
sports reporter
спорт
спортивный {adj}
sports [attr.]
мед.спорт
спортивная травма {ж}
sports injury
спорт
дворец {м} спорта
sports center [Am.]
спорт
дворец {м} спорта
sports centre [Br.]
Мне нравится заниматься спортом.I enjoy doing sports.
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Usage Examples English
  • This caused sports journalist Joe McGinnis to comment: "The Celtics played like champions and the Sixers just played."
  • The club was founded in 1926 as Aldershot Town FC when Jack White, a sports journalist persuaded council officials that the garrison town needed a professional football club.
  • His appointment was ratified by Celtic's shareholders on 19 November 2007. Sports journalist Graham Spiers found him "an engaging and intriguing Celtic chairman".
  • Bashir worked as a freelance sports journalist before joining the BBC in 1986.
  • Christopher William Brasher CBE (21 August 1928 – 28 February 2003) was a British track and field athlete, sports journalist and co-founder of the London Marathon.

  • He is also the granduncle of sports journalist and broadcaster Taylor Rooks.
  • One by the sports journalist Menachem Less titled "התור של קייסי לחבוט" Shel Casey Lachbot, and the other more recent and more true to the original cadence and style by Jason H.
  • Anita Martini, pioneering female sports journalist who was the first woman allowed in a major league locker room for a post-game press conference, was born in Galveston.
  • Henry Calthorpe Blofeld, OBE (born 23 September 1939) nicknamed Blowers by Brian Johnston, is an English retired sports journalist, broadcaster and amateur ornithologist best known as a cricket commentator for "Test Match Special" on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra.
  • In 1933, he earned a football scholarship to the University of Georgia (UGA) after a sports journalist had seen him high jumping in his backyard.

  • In 1993, sports journalist Sal Paolantonio wrote a book about Rizzo entitled "Rizzo: The Last Big Man In Big City America".
  • In 2000, he released the stand-up comedy DVD "Phill Jupitus Live: Quadrophobia". In 2001, he appeared as a sports journalist in the film "Mike Bassett: England Manager".
  • The World Snooker Championship tournament has been played annually at the Crucible since 1977, and the venue has been lauded for creating a special feeling of excitement around the event. Sports journalist Peter Mason, in "The Guardian", has argued that while the physical aspects of the Crucible are "greatly underwhelming", there is an undeniably special atmosphere inside the auditorium which means that "against all the modernist odds this relentlessly forward-looking theatre appears to have become infused with memories of the past every bit as easily as if it were a creaking old music hall dating back to the 19th century".
  • On June 9, 2013, sports journalist Nick Cafardo reported that Lowe appeared to have retired.
  • Dave Dryburgh was born in Kirkcaldy in 1908. He later became a sports journalist and was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

  • Tom Blofeld's son is Henry Blofeld, a sports journalist, best known as a cricket commentator for "Test Match Special" on BBC Radio.
  • Another prominent absence from the Hall is sports-journalist Howard Cosell, who has yet to either be awarded the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award or even get fully inducted despite his well-known association with "Monday Night Football"; an August 2010 "Sports Illustrated" article hints that Cosell may have even been "blacklisted" by the NFL.
  • The center's founder and director is former sports journalist and writer Rik Van Walleghem; the museum curator is 1970s cycling icon Freddy Maertens, who provides guided tours.
  • ... né Cohen; March 25, 1918 – April 23, 1995) was an American sports journalist, broadcaster and author.
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