Brian Lara

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Brian Lara is an Former West Indian Cricketer

Current Age : 54 years, 5 months, 27 days

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Name Brian Lara
Real Name Brian Charles Lara
Pet / Nick Name Princey, The Prince of Port of Spain, Michael Jordan of Cricket
Sex Male
Nationality Trinidadian and Tobagonian
Profession Former West Indian Cricketer
Origin Santa Cruz, Trinidad and Tobago
Age, Dob, Birthplace, zodiac, star sign
Brian Lara Age (Current) 51 years 4 months 28 days old
Date Of Birth (DOB) — 05/02/1969 (M/D/Y)
Birthplace Santa Cruz, Trinidad and Tobago
Zodiac Sign TAURUS
Star Sign (Nakshatra) Not Sure
Body Type Slim
Body Measurements Chest: 40 inches – Waist: 34 inches – Biceps: 12 inches
Zero Size N/A
Brian Lara’s Height 5 feet 8 inches / 172 Centimeters
Weight 75 kg / 165.375 lbs
Father / Mother, Family Details
Brian Lara Father Bunty Lara
Mother Pearl Lara
No. Of. Brothers 0
No. Of. Sisters 0
Brother(s) No Brother Not Sure
Sister(s) No Sister Not Sure
Education, Qualification
School St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School, Santa Cruz, Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Secondary School, Santa Cruz
College Fatima College, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Brian Lara’s Qualification Not Known
Other Education Notes Not Known



International Debut ODI- 9 November 1990 vs Pakistan at National Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan

Test- 6 December 1990 vs Pakistan at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan

Jersey Number#9 (West Indies)

Domestic/State Team :

  • Trinidad and Tobago (1987-2008)
  • Transvaal (1992-1993)
  • Warwickshire (1994-1998)
  • Southern Rocks (2010)

Coach/Mentor – Harry Ramdass

Favourite Shot(s) – Cover Drive, On Drive

Records (main ones)

  • The First cricketer to score 7 centuries in 8 first-class innings.
  • The First player to set a record of scoring 400 runs in the history of Test Cricket. With this record, he also made the highest individual test score as a batsman and captain.
  • Fastest batsman to score 10,000 and 11,000 Test runs.
  • Only West Indian with 34 tons in Test Cricket.
  • The First West Indian to score more than 10,000 runs in Test Cricket.
  • Holds the world record of scoring most runs in a single over of a test match (28 runs against RJ Peterson of South Africa) along with George Bailey of Australia.
  • With an average of more than 50 runs per innings, he has been ranked the number one batsman in Test cricket several times.


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