Sports Journalism CV

A sports journalism reports on matters dealing with sports for newspapers, news channels, and the like.  A sports writer has to be unbiased and should be able to work late into the day if needed to cover certain sports events, and should have  good knowledge on the various aspects of sports.  The CV of a sports journalist should contain his ability and should highlight the above qualities in his character. These resume can be used by sports reporters, sports journalists, sports writers, journalists, etc.

Sample Sports Journalism CV

Ian Wooldridge

90 Somerset Gardens

London EC1Y 8SY

Mobile Number: 44 822 88898

Telephone Number:  264443


Career Focus:

With my enthusiasm for all kinds of sports and writing, I wish to take up challenging assignments in the field of sports journalism.  Interested in watching and providing commentaries for sports from a very young age, I embarked on this career to give vent to my passion for sports journalism.  As an onlooker in matches, whether cricket, football, or whatever it is, I am unbiased and my best wishes are always for the best team on the field.

Educational Qualifications:

2002-2004:  Diploma in Sports Journalism, University of Brighton.

2000-2002:  Master’s Degree in Journalism and Mass Communicatin, The London School of Journalism.

1997-2000:  Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature, University of London.

Professional Experience:

2008-2010:  Chief Editor for the London Sport Magazine.

2006-2008:  Sports Section Editor for Daily Mail.

2004-2006:  Reporter for BBC News Channel and reporter for Sunday Chronicle.

Member of The Sports Journalists Association.


Sports Writer of the Year Award in 2008.

Sports Book of the Year Award in 2007.

Been a member of an interstate cricket team in school level that has won several matches.


Sporting and Doping (won the award).

Pitch Red Hot.

Portugal Revolution.


Available on request.

Category: Sports CV

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