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Joseph Harris, (L), jokes with E.J. Knoll at the National Yo-Yo League's Pacific Northwest Regional Championships in Seattle on February 23, 2008. Over 40 competitors from California, Oregon and Washington competed in five freestyle divisions by looping, spinning their off-string and freehand tricks to move on to the nationals, which will be held in Chico, California in October. Harris took first place in the 2A Freestyle Division. (UPI Photo/Jim Bryant)
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Joseph Vikram Harris (born August 16, 1965 in Madras) is an India-born Canadian cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-hand off-break bowler.

Having played cricket since the mid-eighties, including a handful of matches for Barbados he became the leader of the Canadian cricket team in 2003, captaining them into the 2003 Cricket World Cup. He made himself a renowned name for the Canadian team in the Toronto Leagues, leading them to victory in the first Americas Cup. He originally planned to retire after the World Cup, but was lured back for the 2004 ICC 6 Nations Challenge owing to the absence of John Davison. Canada lost all their games in that tournament, and Harris has not played since.

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