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Cricketers have been holding their bats wrong, say scientists
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Professor Peter Allen, from Anglia Ruskin University, who led the study of 136 cricketers with a wide range of abilities, said: “The ‘conventional’ way of holding a cricket bat, with the dominant hand on the bottom of the handle, has remained basically …
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Cricketers have been holding their bats wrong, say scientists
Telegraph.co.uk
Professor Peter Allen, from Anglia Ruskin University, who led the study of 136 cricketers with a wide range of abilities, said: "The 'conventional' way of holding a cricket bat, with the dominant hand on the bottom of the handle, has remained basically …
Switching to reversed stance gives elite cricket players a 'technical and visual benefit'ABC Online
Cricket superstars Chris Gayle and Ben Stokes are so successful because they bat the 'wrong way'Western Daily Press
Cricket players more successful when batting the 'wrong' wayEurekAlert (press release)

all 23 news articles »

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