The painful story behind the making of a fast bowler
Was the human body created to bowl fast by whomever the creator he was. The answer is a definite no. At the same time the game of cricket apparently took its roots in the cooler climes of England where the bone structure of the homosapiens are heavier to bear the extra pounds of flesh and body fats that are needed to combat the chilly winters.
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