The start of something big
The 1999 World Cup was the first under the ICC's control but it also served as a wake-up call for cricket's governing body in managing itself and world cricket better
The greatest one-dayer and other tales
The confusion of the league stage was all but forgotten by the time the last ball was bowled in the semi-final at Edgbaston
Men of the finals: Who could ever be surprised by Mr Warne?
'The birth of the chokers tag'
Daryll Cullinan remembers feeling stunned at the end of the tied 1999 World Cup semi-final
'I wanted to be there at the end. That was my drug'
Twenty years on from the last World Cup in England, Lance Klusener, who wrote the book on finishing in ODIs in that 1999 tournament, talks about how it's done
No. 1: The unimprovable game
No. 10: Herschelle Gibbs drops the World Cup
Scotland's wasted chance
Participation in 1999 was an opportunity to boost cricket's profile in the country - one the cricket board didn't take, leading to a long period in the wilderness
Who hit the winning run in the final of the 1999 World Cup?
How much do you know about the seventh World Cup?
The World Cup and Me
Drawn to the sport as a young boy, one of India's greatest cricketers talks about the highs and lows of his three trip World Cup experiences
A word in your ear
When Bob Woolmer and Hansie Cronje fell foul of the ICC in their attempt to use technology to help their communication
How the World Cup became a commercial hit
The relatively modest sums from the first three World Cups were overshadowed by the sale of TV rights in subsequent editions
The defeat that launched Bangladesh's World Cup ambitions
A painful loss to Kenya in the 1994 ICC Trophy spurred the team to secure a place in the 1999 World Cup
Warne, Klusener and Australia's triumph
Most runs, most wickets, and a lot more