Jody Avirgan

FiveThirtyEight

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Host and producer of ESPN's FiveThirtyEight; longtime ultimate frisbee player and coach of several international teams 

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Do the Olympic Games have more to gain from Ultimate Frisbee than Ultimate Frisbee does by becoming an Olympic event?

Will the Olympics Launch Ultimate Frisbee into the Mainstream?

Do the Olympic Games have more to gain from Ultimate Frisbee than Ultimate Frisbee does by becoming an Olympic event?

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