M. S. Dhoni
The Captain Cool
Born on 7th July 1981, Dhoni made the nation cry in unity when he brought home the greatest dream of all Indians, The 2011 Cricket World Cup. Soon after he took over the ODI captaincy in 2007, he led the team to its first ever World Twenty20 win followed closely by the bilateral ODI series win in Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
Dhoni began supporting Boost in 2007, and is a well-blended mix of aggression, ability & temperament. He symbolizes everything that Boost stands for and there is no question, he has the Boost 3x stamina on the field!
Managing hundreds of squats each day behind the wicket and then coming out to bat & sometimes bowl, Dhoni is an inspirational all-rounder. The ease with which he can master his helicopter shot leaves people in awe, though the captain's list of accomplishments is endless.
M. S. Dhoni
Here Are A Few Of His Biggest Achievements
His achievements were recognised with the ICC ODI Player of the Year
India conferred him with the highest sports honour, the RAJIV GANDHI KHEL RATNA
On 17th January 2008, became the first Indian wicketkeeper to effect five international dismissals in an innings against Australia – equalling Adam Gilchrist's record
Idolised by the young nation, he won the Pepsi & MTV Youth Icon of the year in 2006
Dhoni holds the record for the unparalleled highest runs scored by a wicketkeeper: an astonishing 183
He became the first Indian to hit 10 sixes in an ODI
He has a record score of 120 runs in ODI from boundaries (15 fours and 10 sixes)
Dhoni is only the second Indian to reach 1st position on LG's ICC ODI batting ranking
The Young Gun
Born on 5th November 1988, Virat Kohli captained the victorious Indian team at the 2008 U-19 Cricket World Cup held in Malaysia. He represents Delhi in first-class cricket and is the captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL. Virat Kohli has been the epitome of intensity and relentlessness.
Virat holds the record for the fastest century by an Indian batsman, and became the fastest to score 19 hundreds in ODIs. He also became the fourth batsman in to hit 1000 or more ODI runs in three or more consecutive calendar years.
With a penchant for rising to the occasion and exceeding expectations, Kohli does not buckle under pressure and it is this trait amongst many others that has made him a match winner for India.
Here Are Some Of His Other Notable Achievements
His go-getter attitude was recognized with the Arjuna Award
His achievements were duly honoured with the ICC ODI Player of the Year award
The people spoke and bestowed on him the People's Choice Award for Favourite Sportsperson of the Year
His unrelenting stamina has made him the fastest cricketer to reach 1000, 3000, 4000 and 5000 runs in ODIs
His attitude to win makes him the fastest cricketer to reach 10 and 15 centuries in ODI
His unmatched energy has given him the fastest century (in 52 balls) by an Indian batsman in ODIs (against Australia in Jaipur on 16 October 2013)
The Master Blaster
Born on 24th April 1973, Sachin bagged India's highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna, putting his stamp across global cricket. Starting at the age of eleven, Sachin made his Test debut against Pakistan five years hence and went on to represent India for 24 years.
Tendulkar’s unmatched performances have astonished the world, time and time again. He is the only player to have scored 100 international centuries and the first batsman to score a double century in an ODI. Overcoming the odds, he is the first Indian player to aggregate 50,000 runs in all recognized cricket forms. A true champion and Boost hero, he is undoubtedly India's most cherished son.
Sachin's association with Boost began in 1991 and we are honoured to have been his favourite for over 23years! Constant running between wickets kept him fit while his diet mantra ensured the nutrients of Boost helped provide more stamina for The Master Blaster.
Here Are Some Of His Most Notable Achievements
Received the highest award in the ICC listings, the ICC CRICKETER OF THE YEAR
Awarded with India's 2nd highest civilian award, the PADMA VIBHUSHAN
Received India's 4th highest civilian award, the PADMA SHRI
India's highest sporting honour was bestowed on him with the RAJIV GANDHI KHEL RATNA AWARD
He was one of five cricketers selected as WISDEN CRICKETERS OF THE YEAR
His achievements in cricket were recognized with the ARJUNA AWARD
The master holds the highest number of centuries in both forms of cricket (51 IN TESTS AND 49 IN ODIS)
He is still the number one when it comes to scoring most runs in ODIS (18426 RUNS) AND TESTS (15921 RUNS)
Most Man of the Series awards (15) and Man of the Match awards (62) in ODIs. Truly unmatched performances.
He has reached God-like status by winning a Man of the Match Award against every Test playing nation.