After Mark Taylor (1989-99) Steve Waugh became a Captain of ODIs in 1998-99 but and winning the World Cup 99 then in 2002-03 he retires from ODIs.
In the test Matches,He became a captain in 1999-00 till 2004 Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
5 years 1999 to 2004
No, He's long gone! Lol, any harder Questions?
Steve Yzerman is famous for playing hockey and for being a long running captain in Detroit. In fact, the city still refers to him as 'The Captain' to this day.
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Captain Cook did not discover Australia. Notwithstanding the presence of Australian Aborigines, and the Asian sea-slug traders who visiter the continent's northern shores long before Eureopean settlement, Australia was "discovered" by Dutch explorers in the early 1600s.The boat in which Captain Cook explored and charted the eastern coastline was the H.M.Bark Endeavour.
Steve Long died in 1868.
It took a long time for me to find the answers. I didn't find anyone's birthday except for Steve Rogers / Captain America, his birthday is on July 4.
20 seasons, the NHL record as of now. He was named Captain in 1986 and held the title and wore the C until he retired in July of 2006. For his skills, talent, passion, and leadership, and his memorable moments on and off the ice, the people of Detrroit call him "The Captain". He is, and always will be, the GREATEST captain of all time. :)
He died on On September 4, 2006. He co-owned and operated Australia Zoo in Beerwah, Queensland, founded by his parents.
Captain Cook did not travel directly to Australia. He left Plymouth, England, in August 1768 and reached Australia in April 1770. On the way, he stopped at Tahiti to observe the transit of Venus (his main mission), then stopped at New Zealand for many months of exploration and mapping before seeking the "unknown continent" further west.