The 2007 Cricket World Cup is looming large with the ninth tournament in the competition's history kicking off on 13 March.
It is 32 years since the first World Cup was staged with the West Indies, boasting such luminaries as Viv Richards, Clive Lloyd and Gordon Greenidge beating Australia in the final at Lord's.
Personally I was a bit too young to remember that game.
Vivid World Cup memories began for me in 1987 when Mike Gatting attempted a reverse sweep and failed miserably - England losing by seven runs to Australia in the final.
I still have nightmares about that as it was - and still is - the closest England have come to lifting the trophy.
I'm sure Gatting has woken up in a cold sweat a few time since then too!
So what are your favourite World Cup memories, what games stand out for you and why? Share them with us.