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Star Sports brings Cricket World Cup trophy closer to fans

27 January 2015

To the delight of school children and cricket fans, Star Sports today displayed the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy in Shikhar Dhawan's alma mater, St. Marks Senior Secondary Public here. 

Having displayed the trophy at the school today, Star Sports, the official broadcaster for the upcoming quadrennial extravaganza, reinforced its commitment of bringing fans closer to the sport and its heroes, through a tour of the World Cup trophy in India. Star Group had bagged the global cricket broadcast contract from International Cricket Council last year. World Cup 2015 is the first major ICC event to be telecast by STAR after signing the contract that includes rights to broadcast 18 other ICC tournaments, including World Cups in 2019 and 2023, two Champions Trophy tournaments (2017 and 2021) and two World Twenty20 tournaments (2016 and 2020).
Source: Business-standard.com
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