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B. 2015-07-19 Surfer Mick Fanning attacked by shark on live TV Jeffreys Bay, South Africa
C. 2009-10-05 Australia retain Champions Trophy Centurion, South Africa
2003-03-23 Australia retained cricket World Cup South Africa
E. 2003-03-18 Rampant Australia through to final South Africa

Australia retain Champions Trophy Map of Centurion South Africa
Surfer Mick Fanning attacked by shark on live TV Map of Jeffreys Bay South Africa


year 2015 Top ^

Jul.19   South Africa  
  A surfing champion was competing Sunday in the finals of South Africa’s J-Bay Open when a familiar-looking fin popped up behind him


year 2009 Top ^

Oct.5   South Africa  
  Watson's second hundred in a week sealed Trophy glory for defending champions as they clinched a six-wicket win over New Zealand in the final



year 2003 Top ^

Mar.23   South Africa  
  Australia win with a 125-run over India. Ponting scored an unbeaten 140 off 121 as Australia compiled 359 for 2
Mar.18   South Africa     Rampant Australia through to final
  World Cup. Australia: 212-7 (50 overs) beat Sri Lanka 123-7 (38.1 overs) by 48 runs (D-L method)


year 2002 Top ^

Jan.5   Sydney   Australia cleansweeps over S. Africa
  Australia wins by 10 wickets in the 3rd and final test


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