Cricket isn't a violent sport by any means. But there have been a number of high-profile incidents of terrorists attacking teams and disrupting events given the occasionally dangerous venues in which some matches are held.
In May 2002, a suicide bomber struck the hotel the New Zealand cricket team -- the Black Caps -- were staying during a tour of Pakistan. The bomb blast killed 14 people, but none of the players were injured.
The bombing forced the players to abandon their schedule and return home, at which time the team captain, Stephen Fleming (pictured here), gave an emotional press conference, stating that the incident would haunt him for the rest of his life.
The incident marked the second time in 15 years that the New Zealand witnessed this level of violence. In 1987, a car bomb outside a bus station that killed over 100 people in Colombo, Sri Lanka, forced the New Zealanders to suspend play.