cricket genius who lived a life of ‘no regrets’

Sydney: When the news broke, it was tempting to quickly conclude that Shane Warne died the way he had lived. On holiday in Thailand, nudge nudge. The tabloids, especially in Britain, where he lived for much of his life, had described his life in a gruesome way. Many may have speculated that he died to the fullest of life.

As it turned out, Warne, who had just turned 52, had stated that he was on a serious health kick in an effort to lose weight and get in shape. He had even previously managed to make a scandal out of weight loss when he failed a drug test at the 2003 Cricket World Cup in South Africa and was sent home. He was ridiculed for blaming his mother for recommending the banned diuretic.

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