Australian speed skater Steven Bradbury isn’t your classic Olympic hero. He is the first Australian ever to win a gold medal at the winter Olympics, but he freely admits he isn’t the best short track speed skater in the world, or the second best, and probably not even the third. But even if he isn’t the fastest, he probably is the smartest – or at least he was on a fateful day last February. That’s because he incorporated an old, almost forgotten concept into his race strategy: caution. ...
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