I am former England captain David Gower who played in 118 Tests. My highest score in an innings was 215 that came against Australia on 15th August 1985.
Spain’s Rafael Nadal won the 2008 Olympics gold medal in men’s Tennis singles event in his first attempt defeating Fernando González of Chile in the final.
Shane Bond, whose career was plagued by injuries, represented New Zealand in 18 Tests taking 87 wickets at an average of 22.09. He retired from Test cricket in 2009 at the age of 34.
Former Australian international Brett Lee, who played in 76 Tests, took 310 wickets in his career. His first victim in Test cricket was Indian southpaw Sadagoppan Ramesh whom he bowled in his very first over.
Pakistan’s Alimuddin, who died on July 12, 2012, is the youngest person to play in the first-class cricket. He made his debut for Rajasthan in the then undivided India when he was just 12 year and 73 days.
Highest attendance ever recorded was in 2001 with 490,081 spectators turning out to watch the event.
Currently, England and Ireland have won eight consecutive T20Is and jointly hold the record for the most consecutive vioctories.
McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton won the 2011 German Grand Prix with Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso on second and Red Bulls’ pole position holder Mark Webber on third position.
South African wicketkeeper Mark Boucher, whose international career ended after a freak injury, had 999 international dismissals to his name. In 147 Tests, he had 532 catches and 23 stumpings while in 295 ODIs he had 403 catches and 22 stumpings against his name.
Mark Boucher has played 147 Tests for South Africa.
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