A lot of work goes into making a photo shoot look effortlessly cool. KL Rahul spills the beans.
Laura Wolvaardt the pop star
Wow, when can we get this on iTunes?
Tickets for our next concert have been SOLD OUT— Jemimah Rodrigues (@JemiRodrigues) July 29, 2021
Lead singer: @LauraWolvaardt
PS: This song is originally written and composed by @LauraWolvaardt
How good is she!!! #TheHundred pic.twitter.com/fmCtwqKPvB
Ravi Shastri's advice to Simone Biles
After coaching the Indian cricket team to greater heights, Ravi Shastri's turned his gaze to other sports, and he has sage advice on mental health and wellbeing for Simone Biles who just withdrew from the Olympics, and a shout-out to Naomi Osaka as well.
Take your time @Simone_Biles. You have earned the right to owe it to yourself at this tender age. 48 hours or 48 days it might take. Just do it Champion. You owe no explanation to no one. @naomiosaka, you too. God bless you girls #Olympics pic.twitter.com/wMS7eV1UlX— Ravi Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc) July 29, 2021
Mitchell Santner's high school reunion
Mitchell Santner stopped by his high school with the WTC mace and was reunited with his Hamilton Boys' first XI coach Chris Kuggeleijn. Kuggeleijn also presented Santner with the ICC World Test Championship medal in front of what seemed like a tough crowd - those kids at the back don't seem particularly impressed.
Mitchell Santner was presented his @ICC World Test Championship Medal today at his old school. The Hamilton Boys' High School Old Boy was presented his medal by his 1st XI coach - former New Zealand cricketer Chris Kuggeleijn #MaceTour #WTC21 pic.twitter.com/OacUW75cVB— BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) July 28, 2021
Birthday wishes for Sir Garry Sobers
The West Indies team who were playing Pakistan in Bridgetown yesterday used the rain delay to put together the sweetest wishes for Sir Garry Sobers on his 85th birthday.
Sachin Tendulkar's new buddy
Sachin Tendulkar has a social media pupdate.
Malala Yousafzai dropped in at cricket's HQ.
Stuart Broad recalls epic Atherton-Donald duel
Stuart Broad remembers watching Mike Atherton face down a lethal Allan Donald at Trent Bridge in 1998. England won after Atherton made an unbeaten 98, batting nearly six hours and facing plenty of intimidatory deliveries from Donald, who wasn't pleased Atherton hadn't been given out after gloving the ball to the keeper when on 27.
I was there, as a 12 year old, watching in Awe in the Radcliffe Road End https://t.co/LFWai2pjCq— Stuart Broad (@StuartBroad8) July 26, 2021
James Anderson warms up
Not long before India's batters have to face this music.
MS Dhoni and Ranveer Singh play football
There's two months to go for the resumption of the IPL, and MS Dhoni is keeping himself in shape with a spot of football. He was spotted in Mumbai practising with actor Ranveer Singh.
Ballin' with these ballers pic.twitter.com/4cJDlZYUbW— Shreyas Iyer (@ShreyasIyer15) July 26, 2021
The victory lap
New Zealand fans are getting a chance to meet their heroes and see the ICC World Test Championship mace up close as it makes its way across the country.
Thank you Whangārei! Great start to the Mace Tour in Northland and the @ndcricket region. The next fan event is tomorrow in Auckland at @edenparknz from 11-30am #MaceTour #WTC21 pic.twitter.com/dvX23iIpwe— BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) July 26, 2021