Crawford was one of the last amateur players to earn selection for Scotland, appearing five times in the early 1930s.
Those strong performances earned him selection to the powerful national team, which was one of the world's top teams in the 1950s and 1960s.
His international career lasted from 1992 to 2011 and he earned national selection on 84 occasions - the most by any Spanish athlete.
She earned selection on the boat after a battle between ten women for eight spots.
During this time he earned selection for the Victorian interstate side.
She earned selection for both events at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
He went on to earn All-Australian selection the same year.
Altogether, he made four centuries and averaged almost 72 to earn selection for the 1934 tour of England.
He also earned Victorian selection at the season's end.
He was identified as a promising talent, eventually earning selection for the Victorian state team in 2007.