Gerrie Coetzee - Wikipedia
Gerhardus Christian Coetzee (born 8 April 1955 in Boksburg), better known as Gerrie Coetzee, is a South African former boxer. He made history twice: he was the first boxer from the African continent ever to fight for, and win, a world heavyweight title. His nickname was The Bionic Hand, because he always had trouble with his right hand. His Afrikaans nickname was "Seer Handjies" or little sore hands, named so by fellow South African boxing great Kallie Knoetze.
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12-year-old Karen Muir was the youngest world record holder in any sport when she broke the 100-yard backstroke record in 1965. She would go on to break 14 more records in her five-year career. Because of South Africa's policy of apartheid, though, she was never able to swim at the Olympics. She died on April 2, 2013 at the age of 60.
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