It’s the job of a sportswriter to write about it.
But not just any sports reporter.
The job requires expertise in the field, and some of the best writers can be found on the Internet.
A key to success is being well-read, writes Tim Clark.
The writer must know the rules of the game.
He must be able to pick up on subtle nuances of sports language, or the language of sports personalities.
He must also be able draw on his extensive knowledge of the sport to create a well-rounded and compelling piece of writing.
That’s because the internet is awash with writers who have a unique perspective on the sport.
And with each new era of the internet, new challenges come up.
These include social media, news sites, social media platforms and the way people interact with the internet.
And while these challenges can be daunting, the rewards are also immense.
Here are some of our top tips for writing an entertaining piece of online journalism.