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SBD Global/November 6, 2012/Facilities
Pakistan Cricket Board To Re-Launch Biomechanics Lab After 'Years Of Neglect'
Published November 6, 2012
COSTLY EQUIPMENT: PTI reported that a former PCB official, who was in office when the equipment was brought to Lahore, admitted "costly equipment had been badly neglected." The official said, "It is a good thing that finally someone in the board has realised the importance of using this very modern equipment, and in Pakistan cricket we have regular issues with bowling actions of bowlers and need this equipment to correct their actions at an early stage." The official said that once the building is ready for the lab, experts from Vicon would install it and the project will be "managed by a biomechanics expert, doctors, a mathematician, computer analysts and coaches" (PTI, 11/5).