Ian Botham is one of English cricket’s most notable figures. Often thought of as one of the greatest all-rounders ever to play the game, “Beefy” Botham dominated the sport throughout the ‘80s and early ‘90s, proving himself to be a safe pair of hands and an aggressive fast-medium bowler with a fearsome ability to drive the ball. Botham represented England in both One-Day and Test International cricket, leading England to a resounding victory in the Ashes in the early ‘80s under the captaincy of Mike Brearley. He broke several records throughout his illustrious career, holding the world record for the greatest number of Test wickets, before being overtaken by Richard Hadlee in 1988. His stunning record earned him an induction into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in 2009.
Botham remains one of British sport’s most recognised personalities, and since his retirement from the sport has served as a respected cricket commentator, known for his wit, wisdom and sterling insight. The sportsman has also used his fame to promote charitable causes, working alongside the Laureus Sports Academy to harness the power of sport for social change, and raising millions of pounds for the leukemia charity Bloodwise, for whom he acts as president. Botham was awarded a knighthood in the 2007 New Years Honours List, in recognition of his contributions.
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