Brett Lee

Australian International Cricketer, Independent

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Brett Lee


Brett Lee, a former Australian international cricketer and fast bowler, became a cult legend in all formats of cricket. Known for delivering some of the fastest deliveries of all time, Lee's consistent pace and skill earned him recognition as one of the best pace bowlers in the sport's history. Aggressive on the field yet a gentleman off it, he was a role model for young players. Lee was instrumental in Australia’s 2003 World Cup win and won the Allan Border Medal in 2008. Retiring in 2015, he now plays a major role in cricket media, manages several business ventures, and runs his charity, 'Mewsic,' providing music therapy to children with cancer.