Dedicated, steadfast, competitive & loyal. Well known Australian cricket legend, Greg Chappell is an active community member. Beyond cricket, which he's traded playing for golf, Greg is passionate about social fairness, particularly among young people and his home, Australia.
Greg Chappell (AO, MBE) is one of Australia’s most celebrated cricketers. He's been recognised with the honour of an MBE from the Queen for service to cricket, inducted into the Australian Sport Hall of fame and this year (2021) was awarded as an Order of Australia (AO).
For the record - 87 Test matches for Australia, 48 times as captain, Greg retired from International cricket holding the record for most runs scored in a Test match, and surpassed the great Donald Bradman for most runs in Australian Test cricket (7,110).
More recently Greg enjoys engagements in public speaking, television and journalism covering both sport and business. In 2017, The Chappell Foundation (TCF) was established with a focus on addressing the plight of our homeless youth in Australia. Notably, TCF holds the Sports Stars Sleepout event to raise money and awareness for young people sleeping rough. Check out the 2020 social media content here.
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