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b6a064daf5 Everybody seems to have something to flog, be it a book, DVD or a new steakhouse concept (youll never guess who they got to launch that one). This DVD contains rarely-seen footage of Brett in action as he talks about memorable moments of a glorious career. But beneath that smiling exterior, lay a fierce competitor and one of the hardest workers in the game. Please enter recipient e-mail address(es). Cricket players -- Australia -- Biography. That was my outlet and I think a lot of players struggle day-to-day because they dont have a lot of other interests away from sport. HTTP Status 405 - Request method 'POST' not supported. Content-negotiable representations Turtle (text/turtle) JSON-LD (application/ld+json) RDF/XML (application/rdf+xml) N-TRIPLES (text/plain) HTML+RDFa (text/html) 820899064 Pushing the boundaries/Brett Lee; [Australia] : Roadshow Entertainment [distributor], 2012. AOC asks whether he thinks having such a wider perspective helped him as a player.
Then he joins former Australian Head Strength and Conditioning Coach/ Physical Performance Manager Jock Campbell for a master class in how every cricketer can give themselves the best possible chance for success on the field. By any definition, Brett Lee has never been an ordinary cricketer. OCLC:820899064 The ReCaptcha terms you entered were incorrect. He went on to capture 690 wickets in Tests and ODIs. > # Cricket--Bowling a schema:Intangible ; schema:hasPart > ; # Cricket--Bowling schema:name "Cricket--Bowling"en ;. He went on to capture 690 wickets in Tests and ODIs. I wanted to do the hard yards and Im sure there are a lot of other players out there who want to do the same. The fact that yourealways on the edge, skating on thin ice, because you know youre only millimetres from doing your ankle, tearing your hammy or hurting your back. Hes now part of the Channel Nine commentary teamin Australia, a strange career path given that hes previously described watching cricket as boring.