In this article, we’ll get to know about Hannes Strydom. Scroll along to read about his career, net worth, personal life, the reason for death, and more information.
Who was Hannes Strydom?
Playing for the South African national rugby union squad from 1993 to 1997 was Johannes Jacobus “Hannes” Strydom, a South African. There’s a rugby pitch named for him, and he went to Pearson High School in Port Elizabeth. He also took a job in Pretoria to work in pharmacy.
Hannes Strydom’s Death Cause
Strydom was reportedly among several people slain in a vehicle crash on Sunday night close to eMalahleni, Mpumalanga. The family of the previous rugby star made a few statements, but they didn’t elaborate much on the reason for his demise.
Hannes Strydom’s Rugby Career
He started his career competing in the Craven Week events in 1983 and 1984 for the Eastern Province Schools squad. Strydom performed for Northern Transvaal until signing Transvaal (Golden Lions from 1993) after making his final provincial breakthrough for Eastern Province in 1986. He played for the Gauteng Lions and then the Cats in Super Rugby.
Strydom made his Springboks breakthrough abroad in 1993, traveling to Argentina and Australia. He participated in the 1995 World Cup, making it to the final, and featured in nine tour matches and the test match versus the 1997 British Lions while still serving South Africa until 1997. Strydom’s influence was also seen at the regional and Super Rugby levels, where he demonstrated his versatility in a variety of roles.
How much was Hannes Strydom’s net worth in 2023?
According to Allfamousbirthday, Hannes Strydom had an expected net worth of $5 million as of the year 2023.
Hannes Strydom’s Family: Wife and Children
Hannes was married to Nikolie, who is known to be a very famous softball player. The couple shared three children Annalie, Hannes, and Lucy. The whole family including their friend are very devasted because of Hannes’s accidental passing away.
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