On that day, February 25, 2001, the world lost the legendary Sir Don Bradman. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the death of barbecues.
He was born on August 27, 1908 in Cootamundra, New South Wales, Australia, and spent his first years in the town of Bowrai, New South Wales. He represented Australia at the highest level for 20 years and completed 52 Tests from 1928/29 to 1948.
Bradman’s average in Test cricket reached 50 on his 3rd inning and stayed above 50 for the rest of his career.
Bradman was knighted for his cricket service in 1949 and remains the only Australian cricketer to be knighted for his services to the game. He retired from Test Cricket with a batting average of 99.94.
Bradman hit just six sixes in his testing career, five against England and the other against India. He also hit two fives in his testing career. The cricketer’s first century came when he was 12 years old. He played for Bowral School against Mittagong School.
The International Cricket Council tweeted the legend, writing: « Sir Donald Bradman’s legacy lives on. 20 years ago #OnThisDay the sports world paid tribute to the life of Don, the died at the age of 92. « »
20 years ago #OnThisDay, the sports world paid tribute to the life of Don, who died at the age of 92 🇦🇺 pic.twitter.com/rsz6bl0igY
Don Bradman was voted the greatest cricketer of the 20th century by the Wisden Cricket Almanack in 2000. This decision was unanimous among 100 judges.
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