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But he couldn’t overcome the neglect of a country that needs his inspiration now.
Instead, as on many other days with family, he will help Zodwa (his wife of almost 20 years) serve plates of white rice, lightly fried chicken and thick, brown gravy.
Underneath the five interlocking rings, in black embroidery, it reads: “South Africa Olympic Team Atlanta 1996”.
One of the last remnants from his past, the warm-ups he wore on the last night of the Centennial Games, fit snugly on his small frame.
But now, she says, she isn't capable of the physical work the job requires. Once I'm at that four-hour mark I'm in tears,' she told CBS.
Speaking to Daily Mail Online, Audra said she has tried working several jobs since the crash but she said it has proved 'impossible' to find a job that does not require standing for several hours, which she cannot do.
She also had to cover her own pain medication out of pocket - six to eight weeks of oxycodone.
Now, two years later, she cannot stand for more than four hours at a time.
Her goal now is to educate people about the dangers of the simple mistake she made that almost cost her her mobility, she said.
She has a Go Fund Me page and she wants to raise enough money to afford a billboard on a highway where she can advertise what happened to her and convince people not to sit in cars the way she was sitting at the time of the crash.
She also wants to speak at schools and talk to kids who are about to get their license.
Nearly 20 years ago, Josia Thugwane overcame a cruel birthright of illiteracy and apartheid to beat the world’s greatest distance runners.
While the car insurance covered her emergency treatment, she had to leave the hospital after spending only three days there, instead of 10. As a result, it took her three weeks to walk after being discharged from the hospital, when it could have taken days.