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Fourie also set a world record in the heats of the T44 200m event and won a bronze medal in the 100m event.
Australian rules football is a minor sport in South Africa.
South Africans have a passionate following, although they remain largely divided along ethnic lines.
Soccer, Cricket and Rugby are the most popular sports. The national rugby team is nicknamed The Springboks.
South Africa is famous for its fast bowlers and fielders such as AB De Villiers and Jonty Rhodes.
Cricket was traditionally popular among English-speaking whites and the Asian (Subcontinent) community, though the latter were not able to compete in top-level South African cricket in the apartheid era.
Sport in South Africa is still largely seen (in the words of a former member of Women and Sport South Africa) as "the domain of men".
In 1997, one writer described "massive gender inequalities in the sporting structures of the country, and a strong association between sport and masculinity".
South Africa has a national team the South African national Australian rules football team.
South Africa hosted the 1995 Rugby World Cup, the first one hosted in Africa.