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Louis Oosthuizen walked over the Swilcan Bridge toward a victory that was never in doubt Sunday at St. Andrews, another big moment in sports for South Africa.
Trapped inside the hard, forbidding walls of his jail cell, with barely space to move, did Nelson Mandela the prisoner ever dream that things would turn out quite this well? Surely, even the world's most inspirational and famous optimist must be thrilled and perhaps a little surprised _ who isn't? _ that South Africa is proving to be such a shining ambassador for itself.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela waved to the crowd as South Africa bade farewell to the 2010 World Cup on Sunday in an emotional and joyous ceremony before the tournament's final match.
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