Each sport has a different ratio of ethnicities. You might expect more Pacific Islanders in Rugby or Caucasians in Golf.
So what happens when you average the top players' faces in various sports?
As you might expect, you get very different results depending on the sport. See what I mean?
Not particularly surprising.
What is worth noting, however, is that while you may be thinking "this player must be unstoppable" … statistically, he's average.
The "composite" NBA player would be the 112th best player in the league. He's the fourth best starter on an okay team.
We found the same thing with our trading bots. The ones that made it through the most filters weren't the star performers. They were the average bots that did enough not to fail (but failed to make the list as top performers in any of the categories). The survivors were generalists, not specialists.
The reminder is that you won't find exceptional specialists if your focus is on generalized safety.