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August 7, 2018
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Brian Lara (cricketer) Wife, Weight, Height, Age, Records and More

By Rajsi Swaroop

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Brian Charles Lara
(West Indian Cricketer)

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Brian Charles Lara Nickname: Brian Lara Profession: Former Cricketer Biography Biography: Brian Lara, An unaurthorized Biography and Brian Lara, Cricket’s troubled genius Biopic: NA Physical Appearance Height (approx.): 1.73m Weight (approx.): 75 Kg Eye Colour: Black Hair Colour: Bald Tattoos: NA Personal Life Date of Birth: 2 May, 1969 Age (as on 2018): 49 Birth Place: Santa Cruz , Trinidad Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Taurus Nationality: West Indian School: St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic College: Fatima College Educational Qualifications: NA Signature:

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Father: Bunty Lara
Mother: Pearl Lara
Sister: Agnes Cyrus
Brother: Michael Lara, Winston Lara, Lyndon Lara
Coach/Mentor: NA
Religion: Christian
Address: NA

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Cricket Career International Debut: Test: 6 December 1990 vPakistan ODI: 9 November 1990 v Pakistan T20: NA Jersey Number: #9 (West Indies) Domestic/State Team: Trinadad and Tobago, Transvaal, warwickshire, Southern Rocks, The Bennett Hotel Centurions Nature on field: Calm Likes to play against: NA Favourite Shot: Pull shot

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Career Turning Point


  • In 1993 he scored a double century against Australia which was his maiden Test century just after playing five Test matches.

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    Preferences Hobbies: NA Favourite Batsmen: Sachin Tendulkar Favourite Bowlers: Wasim Akram Favourite Cricket Ground: SCG Favourite sports personalities: NA Favourite Food: NA Favourite Actors: NA Favourite Films: NA Favourite Musicians/Singers: NA Favourite Destinations: NA Smoking/Alcohol: NA

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    Girlfriends, Spouse and Children Marital Status: Married Affairs/Girlfriends: Leasel Rovedas

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    Earnings Net Worth: NA IPL earnings: NA

    [/vc_c[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text]p>Awards and Recognition

    He was Awarded with 30 Man of the Match Awards in his ODI Career and 12 Match of the Match Awards in his Test Career.

    West-Indies praises him like a god of Westindian Cricket so they have named a cricket stadium under Brian Lara’s name.

    he has been honoured with the honorary member of the Order of Australia for the service to West Indian And Australian Cricket.


    Brian Lara Demanded MS Dhoni to Walk off the field after a controversial catch.

    Lara wanted to name a stand after Sachin’s name in West-Indies but due to political pressure, he was denied to do so.

    once Brian Lara and his deputy Carl Hooper denied to travel from London to South Africa due to pay disputes and both were fired from the tour but later he came back as a captain of the West-Indies team once again.

    Curtly Ambrose lashed out on Brian Lara in his Autobiography about his attitude and his approach towards the game. According to Curtly, his former teammate is not giving his 100% to the team.


    He scored 277 runs against Australia in Sydney which was his maiden Test century.

    He became the first player to score seven centuries in eight first-class innings including his legendary walk against Durham of 501 not out.

    He set the record of the highest Individual score by a captain (400*)

    he was the all-time leading run scorer of the Test cricket which later on surpassed by Sachin Tendulkar

    he was the fastest Test batsmen to score 10,000 runs.

    He scored 34 centuries joint most with Sunil Gavaskar

    Nine of his centuries are double centuries surpassed by Kumar Sangakkara and Donald Bradman

    Two of them are Triple centuries along with Don Bradman, Virender Sehwag and Chris Gayle

    He scored centuries against all Test playing nations.

    Lara has scored 20% of West-Indian runs when he is in the team

    He has been awarded BBC Sports Personality of the Year Overseas Personality Award 1995

    he was awarded Wisden Cricketer of the Year 1995

    He was inducted in ICC Hall of Fame in January 2012.

    Lesser Known Facts


  • West Indies hails him like god and they have a stadium on his name.
  • Former US President called him ‘Michael Jordan of Cricket’.
  • His house is the major landmark in Trinidad.
  • He also plays very good Football.
  • He has Ten siblings.
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    Rajsi Swaroop

    I am Sports Fan precisely Cricket, Football, Tennis. I want to give my life to the sports media so that India will become a Sporting nation soon.

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