The South Africa national rugby union team are affectionately known as 'the Springboks' and have a long and storied history, stretching all the way back to their first ever international test match in 1891.
South Africa regularly vie with Australia and New Zealand for the honour of being considered the best team in the Southern hemisphere, and compete with that duo (along with Argentina) in the annual Rugby Championship. The Springboks are probably most famous, however, for their exploits in the Rugby World Cup.
Having missed the first two tournaments in 1987 and 1991 due to apartheid, South Africa first took part in the World Cup in 1995. The newly democratic South Africa hosted that edition of the tournament and would ultimately go on to defeat the mighty All Blacks in the final under the watchful eye of Nelson Mandela, creating one of the most iconic sporting moments of all time.
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