Born on 9th February 1970, Glenn Donald McGrath is a former international cricketer from Australia who has played as a fast-medium pace bowler and now working as Channel Nine’s cricket coverage commentator. He is regarded as one of the greatest bowlers in cricketing history.
Some of his career Achievements:-
Holds the world record for taking highest no. of wickets in Test matches by a fast bowler and is the fourth one on the all-time list
One of the 21 Australian athletes who are inducted into the “Best of the Best” list of the Australian Institute of Sport
Enlisted into the ICC Hall of Fame in January 2013
Norbert Rózsa was born on 9th February 1972. He is a Hungarian former swimmer specialized in breaststroketechnique. Nolan has participated in numerous international events and earned numerous accolades through his astounding performance.
Inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame, in 2005
Won two bronze medals at the 1998 World Championships, held in Perth
Thrice received the title of “Hungarian Swimmer of the Year" in 1994, 1996 and 1998
Bagged a gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, held in Atlanta
Named as the "Hungarian Sportsman of the Year" in 1994
Won two gold medals and one bronze medal at the World Championships of 1994, held in Rome
Bagged two silver medals at the Summer Olympic Games of 1992, held in Barcelona
Bagged three medals (gold, one silver, and one bronze) at the European Championships of 1991, held in Athens
Bagged one silver medal and one gold medal at the World Aquatics Championships of 1991, held in Perth