Jonathan Liew has been a sportswriter for The Daily Telegraph for five years. Working across a range of sports, he has covered the London Olympics, the football World Cup in Brazil, the last two Ryder Cups and the recent Ashes series. He also writes a column every Wednesday. In 2012 he was named Young Sportswriter of the Year by the Sports Journalists’ Association. He lives in south London.
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