All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu has died at the age of 40.
Jonah Lomu was the youngest player to put on the black jersey and is considered one of the great All Black wingers.
He made his debut for the All Blacks on 26 June 1994. He went on to play 63 tests for the All Blacks.
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Lomu was born in Auckland and made his All Black debut at 19 years and 45 days.
At his peak, the giant left-winger would routinely swat aside, trample over and sprint away from tacklers on his way to 37 test tries.
His loyalty to the All Blacks extended to him shaving his number – 11 – into his eyebrows.
Despite a drop in his form, he remained in the All Blacks squad until 2002.
Lomu suffered from kidney problems since 1995, and received a transplant in 2004.
In 2007, he was made a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
He made a guest appearance at the 2011 Rugby World Cup opening ceremony in Auckland to a roar of support from the crowd.
He also travelled to England to attend the 2015 Rugby World Cup, along with his third wife Nadene and their two sons Dhyreille and Brayley.