Yes, cricket apparently has cheerleaders.
The English are an exciting people.
1. Andy Murray
In 2012, Murray became the first British person to appear in a Wimbledon final since 1938. He lost, rather soundly, but at least he made it to a championship. That's really good for a British athlete.
2. David Beckham
Beckham is one of the most famous athletes in the world. He is also considered by many to be one of the most overrated soccer players in the world. However, he did prove some doubters wrong in 2011 with the Los Angeles Galaxy by winning an MLS title no less than the 14th or 15th most prestigious professional soccer league championship in the whole world.
3. Lennox Lewis
Lewis won a gold medal in boxing and was the WBC heavyweight champion. He identified more as Canadian, but the British will take what they can get.
Other than when Segway's crash all the time, they never crash.
Cricket: Where Creepy Fans Happen
Soon you'll see him PhotoBombing a Tiger Woods shot.
And he has one of those cleft, testicles-looking chins.
LOS ANGELES > Cricket
Mitchell, 14, who plays cricket for the Los Angeles Youth Cricket Association, tallied 10 runs this weekend in a test match against another cricket team. I don't really know if that's good or not, I know nothing about cricket and several of the preceding words mean nothing to me (like, WTF is a test match?) but Mitchell's mom sent the notice in. And she thinks what he did is pretty good. Although she is also not sure and doesn't have an explanation as to what compelled her son to take up cricket.