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England star Ben Stokes trains in shipping yard ahead of World Cup

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England star Ben Stokes trains in shipping yard ahead of World Cup

England star Ben Stokes trains in shipping yard ahead of World Cup

England’s star cricket player Ben Stokes is using an unconventional training location ahead of the World Cup and the Ashes this summer.

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England star Ben Stokes trains in shipping yard ahead of World Cup

SHOWS: UNKNOWN LOCATION, UK (FILE) (RED BULL CONTENT POOL - NO USE YOUTUBE.

NO USE AFTER NOVEMBER 22, 2019) 1.

ENGLISH CRICKET PLAYER, BEN STOKES, RUNNING AT THE SOUND OF A BUZZER 2.

VARIOUS OF STOKES GRABBING A CRICKET BAT AND HITTING BALL 3.

VARIOUS MORE OF PROMOTIONAL VIDEO OF STOKES RUNNING THROUGH A SHIPPING YARD WAREHOUSE AS HE TRAINS, HITTING, THROWING, BOWLING, ETC STORY: England's star cricket player Ben Stokes has been training in a disused shipping yard in Sunderland as he prepares for the World Cup and the Ashes this summer.

Looking forward to the summer, Stokes said, "it is one of the most exciting years to be a part of as an English cricketer as we have the World Cup which is in England and then the Ashes straight after that so those are two of the biggest things that you can play in as an English cricketer." In a promotional video, Stokes is seen in the shipping yard warehouse batting, bowling and fielding balls as he trains for the upcoming competitions.




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