Denver Post columnist Mark Kiszla was named Colorado Sportswriter of the Year for 2022 by the National Sports Media Association on Monday. It is the fourth time in which he has received the award.
Voted on by peers in each state, the annual honor was awarded to Kiszla for his columns covering everything from the Avalanche’s Stanley Cup run to Russell Wilson’s struggles to the success of the Colorado School of Mines football team.
“Mark’s work speaks for itself,” said Scott Monserud, AME/Sports at The Denver Post. “He is a very deserving honoree. There is no better columnist covering sports on deadline than Mark, whose expertise of the Colorado sports landscape is second to none.
“We are delighted that NSMA chose to honor Mark.”
Denver Post writers have won the award 14 of the past 15 years. Nuggets beat writer Mike Singer was the 2021 winner.
In addition, KCNC-4’s Romi Bean and Avalanche/Altitude Radio’s Conor McGahey tied for the Colorado Sportscaster of the Year. It is the first time each has won the award.
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