Is Decision-Making Sport’s ‘Holy Grail’?




September 12, 2017

Is decision-making sport’s ‘Holy Grail’?

Niall SeewangESPN Associate Editor Close Niall is an award-winning journalist who discovered from an early age he had more to offer watching and writing about sport than playing it. He joined ESPN Australia/New Zealand after a four-year stint at AFL Media having previously worked as a sports journalist at newspapers in Albury, Melbourne and Hobart.

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