Danielle Rossingh

Freelance journalist. Forbes & contributor

Dorset, United Kingdom

Danielle Rossingh

I'm a multi-media sports & business writer, journalist and digital content creator, who has worked for the world's biggest media companies, including the Daily Telegraph, the BBC, De Telegraaf and Bloomberg News. My freelance work has appeared in the New York Times, CNN, Forbes, Reuters and ESPN while I also create corporate content. My work was short-listed for The Drum online media awards 2017 (Best Freelance Writer) and the 2018 SJA Awards (Investigative Sports Reporter).



How to own a sailing yacht on a budget

(CNN)For those who think owning a sailing yacht is just for the rich and famous, think again. Buying a boat has never been cheaper, while the annual cost of ownership is roughly the same as a gym membership, according to sailing writer and author Dave Selby. Selby bought his first boat in 2004, an 18-foot Sailfish yacht built in 1978 with a glassfibre hull.
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How Johan Cruyff Put An Entire Country On The Map

Ajax, Holland, FC Barcelona and that turn.
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Simon Le Bon: How sailing changed Duran Duran singer's life

Southampton, England (CNN)Duran Duran lead singer Simon Le Bon was at the height of his fame in 1985 when his life was turned upside down. Le Bon, front man of iconic 1980s British pop band, was competing in the Fastnet yacht race -- a 608-mile round trip between the Isle of Wight and Plymouth off Britain's southwest coast.
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Extreme Sailing: Experiencing 'Formula One' on water

Cardiff, Wales (CNN)The GC32 catamaran is flying two meters above Cardiff Bay at breakneck speed, and I am holding on for dear life. Racing towards the first turn as driving rain lashes the Welsh coast line, a huge gust of wind throws the SAP Extreme Sailing boat sideways. It shudders for what seems like an eternity, and then steadies itself.
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$62,000 to train like Rafa, but are tennis academies worth it?

LONDON (Reuters) - Want to train like Serena Williams or Rafa Nadal? You now can, but it will come at a cost.
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Maria Sharapova wants 'big stage winning feel again'

An exclusive interview with the former world No. 1 about her comeback from a doping suspension.
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England Women Soccer Stars Trade Laundry Jobs for TV Time

When defender Casey Stoney joined the Arsenal women’s soccer team from Chelsea in 2000, she had to take a part-time job to support herself. Working in the club’s laundry, she washed the uniforms of the men’s team, whose players included Dutch star Dennis Bergkamp. “Thankfully, now I don’t have to do anything like that,” says Stoney, 31, who captained the unified Great Britain women’s team in the London Olympics last year and now plays for the semipro Lincoln squad.
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The Only Thing Serena Williams Struggles to Win Is Endorsements

Serena Williams is on the cusp of making sports history, yet she’s still not No. 1 with marketers. That could change with a victory at the U.S. Open, which would secure tennis’s first calendar-year sweep of the four majors since Steffi Graf did it in 1988. Williams is the first No. 1 player to have twice as many ranking points as the No. 2, while her 21 major singles championships equal the rest of the women’s field combined.
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Rafael Nadal's net profits

Cover story Bloomberg Markets Magazine on how Nadal is beating Roger Federer at the bank.
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Rugby Is Having an NFL Moment as Concussions Hit Home

Print story and video package for Businessweek on rugby's last taboo: concussion.
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Ex-Goldman Olympics Boss Tackles Terror to Toilets

An in-depth profile in Bloomberg's flagship monthly magazine of former Goldman Sachs banker Paul Deighton, who successfully steered the London 2012 Olympics through recession and austerity.
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Qatar plays the ponies - in a big way

Success in thoroughbred racing is reflective of kingdom's rise in wealth and stature.
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Danielle Rossingh

My print, online and digital work has appeared in media outlets across the globe, from the New York Times to the BBC. I'm fluent in Dutch and English, speak passable German and rusty French. I'm available for freelance writing, copy editing and producing digital content.

I got my lucky break into journalism in 1996, when I did an internship at CNN International in London, I started out as an economics reporter at the biggest Dutch daily, De Telegraaf, in Amsterdam in 1997. In 2002, I moved to London to join the BBC, where I worked on BBC Radio Five Live's Wake Up to Money and Financial World Tonight programmes and BBC News Online.

I moved to the Daily Telegraph's business desk in 2003, where I covered mining, support services and leisure and also did a stint editing the paper's City Diary. I joined Bloomberg News in 2005, covering commodity and financial markets, including the gold, platinum and diamond sectors for the first three years, followed by Olympic sports and sports business. I was Bloomberg's chief tennis writer from 2008 until September 2015.

When I'm not working, I love spending time with my toddler on the beach. I'm also a tennis, horse-riding and skiing fanatic, and have competed in five London Triathlons.



  • Online journalism
  • Social media
  • Business journalism
  • Writing
  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Copy editing
  • Storytelling
  • Sports writing
  • Web content production
  • Interviewing
  • Translation