Translation for 'sports reporter' from English to Russian
NOUN   a sports reporter | sports reporters
спортивный репортёр {м}
sports reporter
спортивный журналист {м}
sports journalist
спортивная травма {ж}
sports injury
спортивный {adj}
sports [attr.]
дворец {м} спорта
sports centre [Br.]
дворец {м} спорта
sports center [Am.]
Мне нравится заниматься спортом.I enjoy doing sports.
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Usage Examples English
  • In the summer of 1950, Fulford left high school and went to work for "The Globe and Mail" as a sports reporter.
  • Also in March 2011, the "Sun-Times" laid off six editorial reporters and writers: high school sports reporter Steve Tucker, reporter Misha Davenport, general assignment reporter Cheryl Jackson, media and marketing columnist Lewis Lazare, feature writer Celeste Busk and sportswriter John Jackson.
  • Dimas was married to Anastasia Sdougkou, a former Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT) sports reporter.
  • Helms's first full-time job after college was as a sports reporter with "The Raleigh Times".
  • During the 2010 NBA playoffs, the Suns wore their "Los Suns" uniforms on Cinco de Mayo for Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals against the San Antonio Spurs. Sports reporter Dave Zirin called the "Los Suns" action an "unprecedented political statement by a sports team."

  • Kennedy began pursuing a career in journalism after college by joining the "Post Star" in Glens Falls as a sports reporter.
  • After retiring, Ryan became the Sports Reporter in Residence at High Point University.
  • Otto retired from swimming in 1989. She currently works as a sports reporter for German television.
  • The first sports reporter in Great Britain, and one of the first sports reporters in the World, was an English writer Edgar Wallace, who made a report on The Derby on June 6, 1923 for the British Broadcasting Company.
  • San Diego sports reporter Jack Murphy described him as an "embryonic Charlie Chaplin in chicken feathers".

  • He spent time as a sports reporter for the "Public Ledger", and jokingly referred to himself as "the poorest and richest reporter in Philadelphia".
  • His biological father, Martin Wyatt, was a sports reporter in San Francisco for KGO-TV.
  • On 6 June 1923, Edgar Wallace became the first British radio sports reporter, when he made a report on The Derby for the British Broadcasting Company, the newly founded predecessor of the BBC.
  • At the age of 18, in 1936, he was hired as a copyboy at the Winnipeg Free Press and was soon made sports reporter.
  • Carlin left in 2008 to focus full-time on his duties as SNY studio host and Rutgers athletics radio voice and was replaced by WWOR sports reporter and former WFAN host Russ Salzberg, who cohosted with Roman Oben after Jennings left.

  • Following the September 6, 2014 game against the Michigan State Spartans, Michigan sports reporter Mike Griffin of accused Oregon of piping in artificial noise that contributed to the Ducks' victory over the Spartans.
  • The "Golden Gaels" name was coined in 1947 by Kingston Whig-Standard sports reporter Cliff Bowering, after the football team traded its traditional uniform of red, gold, and blue bands for gold jerseys, gold helmets, and red pants.
  • Gloria Thorpe, a sports reporter, praises him ("Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo").
  • In 2000, Robson reportedly had an affair with Sky Sports reporter Clare Tomlinson.
  • Tom Sheen, sports reporter for "The Independent" and a Chelsea supporter, wrote that "[...] possessed one of the best strikes ever seen at Stamford Bridge, was an expert free-kick taker, great with both feet and decent in the air".

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