Allan Border reveals suffering from Parkinson’s disease; Australian cricket legend says ‘No way am I going to get another 100’


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Former Australia captain Allan Border revealed that he has Parkinson's disease, a progressive nervous system disorder that affects movement. Border, who turns 68 in July, said he was diagnosed with this disease in 2016. "I walked into the neurosurgeon's and he said straight up, 'I am sorry to tell you but you have got Parkinson's'. Just the way you walked in. Your arms straight down by your side, hanging not swinging.' He could just tell," said Border.