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Belinda Clark on Cathy Freeman

The allrounder

Jul 17, 2008: On the field, she was amazing, but that wasn't all there was to her

Dean Jones on Jack Nicklaus

Master of the domain

Jun 23, 2008: Attitude, flair, self-belief - Nicklaus had them all in spades

Erapalli Prasanna on Subhash Gupte

A taste of Fergie

Apr 23, 2008: Legendary to the last

Heath Streak on Dennis Lillee

His outswing, his determination

Mar 29, 2008: It was very special to have your childhood hero come to the nets and bowl with you

Viv Richards on Joe Frazier

The King's inspiration

Mar 12, 2008: Viv Richard's idol was a boxer, no surprises there - but a workman, not a dazzler

Zaheer Abbas on Hanif Mohammad

Slow, steady, hungry

Mar 10, 2008: The Little Master and I

Bishan Bedi on Garry Sobers

Infinite ability

Feb 20, 2008: A man who could do anything with bat and ball

Graeme Pollock on Neil Harvey

Small and special

Jan 19, 2008: First was Bradman, of course. Next came this pocket-sized colossus

Frank Tyson on Harold Larwood

Obsessions grow fast

Sep 12, 2007: On working in a fish-and-chip shop, idolising a coalmine worker

Colin Croft on Muhammad Ali

The one, the only

Feb 5, 2006: Floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee

Barry Richards on Roy McLean

The smiling assailant

Jan 25, 2006: South Africa's very own Keith Miller

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Death by a centimetre

The Cricket Monthly: The chief cause for run-outs is a breakdown in communication. It once happened with the Waugh twins at the WACA in 1995
TCM April issue

    Many sides to a cricket revolution

Ian Chappell: While an administrative shake-up of the ICC would be welcome, the Essel Group's past cricketing ventures hardly inspire confidence

    A victory for cricket

Rewind: Within days of World War II ending, England and Australia were meeting at Lord's

    When the best is not the greatest

Review: Criconomics brings science to bear on the cricket ratings game - and largely succeeds. By S Rajesh

Can cricket hold on to its multi-sport players?

Russell Jackson: Picking cricket over the richer football codes is risky for young players, who often choose it out of love rather than financial incentives

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The legspinner who never bowled

Greg Loveridge broke a knuckle in his first Test for New Zealand and never played another five-dayer. He's now among the country's wealthiest people

Representing India and his father

Sarfaraz Khan is one of India's most talented young allrounders but is he being pushed to live his father's dream?

Birthday hundreds, and the fastest to 2000 Test runs

Also, the best averages with hundred-plus Test wickets, and back-to-back ODI centuries by Bangladesh batsmen

Trott suffers moment of defeat

This was Jonathan Trott's lowest moment. The moment when the truth could no longer be concealed. The moment when hope vanished for his international future

Bangladesh's best partnership in Test cricket

Stats highlights from the fourth day of the Khulna Test between Bangladesh and Pakistan

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