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Mindset of Champions 2: Richie McCaw Posted almost 3 years ago

The second episode of the ‘The Mindset of Champions’ features New Zealand’s World Cup-winning captain Richie McCaw. He talks openly about his approach to the game, what keeps him motivated to achieve, and how he has stayed at the top of the international game for so long.

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