Kingston: West Indies all-rounder Rahkeem Cornwall became the heaviest man to play Test cricket when he made his debut against India at Sabina Park, here on Friday.
The 26-year-old who weighs 140 kilograms, broke the previous record held by Australia's Warwick Armstrong who weighed 133-139 kgs.
Cornwall, an off-spinner by skill, has a career tally of over 260 scalps at a healthy average of 23.9 in the four-day domestic competitions in recent years.
At six feet six inches, Cornwall is well capable of generating uncomfortable bounce.
Moreover, Cornwall is an effective lower-order batsman too. With the help of his tall frame, he is capable of hitting the ball with brute force.