1. Adam Gilchrist has had a number of company directorships outside of cricket.
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2. In 2008, Adam Gilchrist supported debate on whether Australia Day should be moved to a new date because the current date marks British settlement and is offensive to many Aboriginal Australians.
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10. Adam Gilchrist was reprimanded by the Australian Cricket Board for publicly questioning the legality of Muttiah Muralitharan's bowling action in 2002, as his comments were found to be in breach of the clause in the player code of conduct relating to "detrimental public comment".
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11. Adam Gilchrist reignited this debate by walking during a high-profile match, the 2003 World Cup semi-final against Sri Lanka, after the umpire ruled him to be not out.
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12. Adam Gilchrist is second on the all-time list of most sixes in Tests at 100 with only Brendon McCullum ahead of him with 107.
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14. Adam Gilchrist was a part of the successful 1999, 2003 and 2007 Cricket World Cup campaigns.
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16. Adam Gilchrist stated the reason as being the Kings XI management's decision to renew his contract for another season.
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17. Adam Gilchrist had speculated on retiring from the IPL at the end of the 2012 season, after Kings XI Punjab failed to make it to the play-offs.
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18. Adam Gilchrist led the Deccan Chargers in the second half of the IPL in the absence of regular captain VVS Laxman, who was ruled out for the rest of the tournament due to injury.
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19. Adam Gilchrist was contracted by the Hyderabad-based Deccan Chargers in the inaugural season's player auction for US$700,000.
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20. In September 2007, Adam Gilchrist played in the inaugural World Twenty20.
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21. Adam Gilchrist opened the batting against Sri Lanka in the final.
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25. Adam Gilchrist scored four half-centuries, and was run out against Sri Lanka in the Super Six stage just a single run short of a century.
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26. Adam Gilchrist played in all but one of the matches in Australia's successful defence of their World Cup title; he was rested for the group match against the Netherlands.
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34. Adam Gilchrist made only 20 in the semifinal against South Africa, but completed the final act of the match.
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36. Adam Gilchrist went on to play in the Coca-Cola Cup in Sharjah in April 1998, a triangular tournament between Australia, India and New Zealand.
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39. Adam Gilchrist added 109 against Victoria, and played in the Sheffield Shield final victory over Tasmania, although he scored only eight.
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40. Adam Gilchrist registered his maiden–first-class double century with an unbeaten 203 against South Australia early in the season, before returning late in the season after his international commitments were over.
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48. Adam Gilchrist was born in 1971 at Bellingen Hospital, in Bellingen, New South Wales, the youngest of four children.
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51. Adam Gilchrist made his first-class debut in 1992, his first One-Day International appearance in 1996 in India and his Test debut in 1999.
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