Side Entry | Chasing the Sun proves that timing is everything

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Siya Kolisi lifts the Webb Ellis cup following his team's victory against England in the Rugby World Cup 2019 final. Picture: Hannah Peters/Getty Images
Siya Kolisi lifts the Webb Ellis cup following his team's victory against England in the Rugby World Cup 2019 final. Picture: Hannah Peters/Getty Images

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If this evening’s premiere of Chasing the Sun – SuperSport’s five-part documentary on the Springboks’ miraculous World Cup win last year – tells us anything, it is that timing is everything, regardless of how bonkers it may seem sometimes.

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