South Africa Memory Run

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Joel Stransky hits the decisive drop-kick in extra-time to secure a historic World Cup triumph for South Africa in the 1995 final

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

Springbok fly-half Joel Stransky slots a drop goal to bring the World Cup to South Africa, South Africa v New Zealand, World Cup final, Ellis Park, June 24

South African President Nelson Mandela (left) congratulates Springbok skipper Francois Pienaar after the historic 1995 World Cup triumph

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

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South Africa fans join the 1995 side in running through the streets of London, past landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

The South Africa Rugby tweeted to advertise their 'jog for memory' event in London

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

Pienaar lifts the Webbs Ellis trophy aloft in 1995

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

Jubilant South Africa fans gathered in central London to see the victorious 1995 Rugby World Cup winning side at 'jog the memory'

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

The Springboks managed to prevail past favourites New Zealand to secure a historic home World Cup triumph back in 1995

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

Retired Springboks Japie Mulder (left) and Chris Rossouw (right) pose for a photo with a fan on a run through the capital on Saturday

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

Members of the 1995 Rugby World Cup winning South Africa team join captain Pienaar (centre) signing their national anthem

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

Members of the 1995 Rugby World Cup winning South Africa team join captain Pienaar (centre) signing their national anthem

Pienaar cracks a smile as he joins South Africa fans jogging through London, 20 years after he lead the Springboks to World Cup glory

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

John Smit (left) takes a picture of former team-mate Pienaar during the 'jog the memory' run ahead of South Africa's semi-final on Saturday

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

Members of the triumphant 1995 South Africa team sing their national anthem in front of a Nelson Mandela statue in central London

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

Here's the scene in the South Africa dressing room after they landed a stunning home World Cup final victory back in 1995

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

A South Africa fan poses with a Springbok flag outside the Horse Guards Parade in London, ahead of their clash with New Zealand

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

A South Africa fan poses with a Springbok flag outside the Horse Guards Parade in London, ahead of their clash with New Zealand

Central London was awash with the colours of South Africa on Saturday morning with a 'jog the memory' event held for fans

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

Fans flocked to central London to see members of the 1995 World Cup winning squad lead a two mile jog around the streets of the capital

South Africa 'jog the memory' by replicating 1995 World Cup run

South Africa's 1995 Rugby World Cup champions led Springbok fans on a two-mile jog around the streets of London ahead of Saturday's semi-final, hoping to replicate their success of 20 years ago.

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