Brett Lee is a former Australian international cricketer and fast bowler, who played and became a cult legend in all three formats of the game of cricket. Lee is recognised as delivering one of the fastest delivery of all time. His record quickest delivery was 161.1 km/h (100.2 mph) in 2002. He is known for his consistency of pace, going over 150 kilometres per hour (93 mph) throughout his entire career. He is also widely regarded as one of the best pace bowlers ever to have played the sport. Brett finished his test cricket career with 310 wickets, and his One Day International career with 380 wickets. At his best he gained out-swing with the new ball and reverse with the older one. Brett’s unique charging run-up and leaping celebrations added to the theatre for a bowler who made an instant impact on the International game when taking five wickets on debut at the MCG. A gentleman off the field, he was aggressive on it and rarely went over the top, although his bouncers at the tail-enders were uncomfortable viewing. Mostly he was a shining example to young players in all forms of the game. Lee featured in the Australian team that won the 2003 World Cup was a key part of the dominant era of Australia cricket in the 2000’s. Brett won the Allan Border medal in 2008 which is highly regarded as the most prestigious individual award in Australian cricket. In January 2015, Lee announced his retirement from all forms of the game. Brett now plays a major role in the cricketing media around the world and has several business and philanthropic interests. Brett is the founder of his own Foundation; ‘Mewsic’. The charity Provides music therapy to children suffering from cancer. Brett is an avid family man, father, husband and music lover.