Crowning Glory is a special supplement on India's triumph in the ICC World Cup 2011, written, designed and produced by Indra Vikram Singh. The Indian team lifted the One-day cricket World Cup for the second time on 2nd April 2011 at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, crowning a glorious four-year stint in which the inspired outfit won the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 in 2007 and reached the no. 1 spot in Test cricket in 2010 for the first time in its history. This World Cup triumph also crowned the glittering career of the inimitable Sachin Tendulkar who has set lofty benchmarks in Test matches as well as One-day Internationals.
Recounting the story of the 2011 cricket World Cup, Crowning Glory brings forth the hot spots - the highlights of this exhilarating tournament, the legends of the World Cup who sparkled in the event, and the new records that were set up. There are breathtaking photographs that tell a graphic tale, encapsulating another thrilling chapter in India's journey in the world of cricket.
This special supplement will be complimentary with the 544-page collector's edition 'The Big Book of World Cup Cricket' (ISBN 978-81-901668-4-3) by Indra Vikram Singh. The Big Book of World Cup Cricket as well as Crowning Glory (ISBN 978-81-901668-6-7, stand-alone price Rupees 200) are published by Sporting Links.
The author Indra Vikram Singh may be contacted on email firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile phone no. +91 9899579063.