What do you think you could learn living around the world?
In this bite size from episode #32 George Gregan shares his experience playing rugby in France and Japan and how living Overseas gave him and his family a cultural experience they thoroughly enjoyed. He also tells us how he overcame some of the language and cultural barriers with his new teammates and how he implemented strategies to help ease the transition into the new clubs.
A man of many talents, George played multiple sports at a high level before settling on rugby and becoming known as one of the most prolific players and toughest competitors in the world, earning 139 caps playing for the Wallabies. George also played for the ACT Brumbies, Toulon in France and Suntory Japan.
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