Former England wicket keeper Paul Nixon of Leicestershire County Cricket Club has scored nearly 23,000 runs in a career which has seen him win the Commonwealth Bank Series in Australia with England.
The 39-year-old puts playing for England in Australia (winning series), receiving his Cap from Michael Vaughan and playing in front of 89,000 at Melbourne as among life's top moments – as well as playing in the last World Cup in the West Indies.
His six-day-a-week training schedule includes eye exercise and visualisation exercise as well as the gym – and he puts success down to working hard, loving his work and realising you sometimes have to get things wrong to understand how to get it right!
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Premier Sport is a quality company who I know want to make a difference, and I also want to make a difference with the passion and knowledge I have gained over the years."