Ahead of this weekend's Rugby World Cup final between England and South Africa in Yokohama, three Laureus rugby legends reflect on their own memories of a moment which proved sport's ability to inspire, instil hope and unite a nation. Twenty-four years ago, South Africa beat New Zealand in Johannesburg, in front of President Nelson Mandela, to win the 1995 Rugby World Cup. It proved to be life-changing for his nation, for sport and for the three men present at Ellis Park that June day.
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