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Royce Feour

Royce Feour

Feour wanted to be a sportswriter as early as the fourth grade, when he wrote an essay on it. He launched his career as a 14-year-old in the 1950s by covering prep sports for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, where he worked for more than 36 years after a five-year tenure at the Las Vegas-Sun. He won numerous awards, including the Nat Fleischer Award for excellence in boxing journalism from the Boxing Writers Association of America in 1997.

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