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Jonah Tali Lomu MNZM (12 May 1975 - 18 November 2015) was a New Zealand professional rugby union player. [1] Lomu is considered to have been the first true global superstar of rugby, and consequently had a huge impact on the game.


All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu dies RNZ News

On Jonah Lomu's anniversary we look back at the Rugby World Cup career of a legend. The All Blacks back was impossible to stop at times, here we countdown hi. On Jonah Lomu's.


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Lomu was to play his final Test for New Zealand in 2002, at just 27, when a debilitating kidney complaint started affecting his ability to perform at the highest level. He took his leave with 37 tries - currently seventh in the All Blacks' all-time list. The great man died aged 40, shortly after returning home from the 2015 World Cup where.


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The former All Blacks player died unexpectedly in Auckland on Wednesdayat the age of 40. Jonah Lomu evades Rob Andrew's diving tackle during the 1995 Rugby World Cup semi final at Newlands. New.


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All Blacks Legend Jonah Lomu dies unexpectedly aged 40 - ESPN ESPN Rugby Home Scores Tables Tournaments Countries Jonah Lomu played 63 Tests for the All Blacks but had been on dialysis.


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All Black Jonah Lomu fends off Nicolas Jeanjean during the All Blacks' 37-12 win over France in Wellington in June 2001. 4 of 30 STEPHEN HIRD/REUTERS Jonah Lomu turns out for the Barbarians.


Jonah Lomu passes away at 40

Former All Blacks rugby union star Jonah Lomu has died unexpectedly at the age of 40. Family spokesman and former All Black doctor John Mayhew confirmed the news on Wednesday. "I can confirm that.


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Jonah Lomu, considered one of New Zealand's finest rugby union players of all time, has died at the age of 40. While the All Blacks were feted in their usual way at Johannesburg Airport at.


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Jonah Lomu scored 37 All Blacks tries, including four against England in the 1995 World Cup semi-final The son of Tongan immigrants, Lomu made his Test debut in 1994 against France in.


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Following the sad news of Jonah Lomu's death, ESPN pays tribute and takes a look back at some of the New Zealander's most memorable words from his dazzling career in an All Blacks jersey.


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New Zealand ran out 29-40 winners that day, with Lomu one of five All Black try scorers. Jonah Tali Lomu was born to Tongalese parents in Pukekohe, a poor area of Auckland, on May 12, 1975.


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Jonah Lomu, who bulldozed opponents with his size and blistering speed only to be felled by a kidney illness that extinguished his meteoric All Blacks career, died suddenly on Wednesday. He.


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New Zealand's Jonah Lomu was arguably the best known rugby player of all time and one who enjoyed the greatest stature in the game over the past two decades. Mark Dadswell /Allsport.


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One of the finest rugby union players to have graced the game and a favourite son of New Zealand, Jonah Lomu, died unexpectedly overnight at the age of 40. He had arrived back in Auckland from.


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The All Blacks won 39-35 thanks to a try scored by Lomu in the 80th minute after he managed to evade desperate tacklers while somehow remaining in the field of play. Jonah Lomu played his last test in 2002, aged just 27, and bowed out of first-class rugby the following year, by when he needed dialysis three times a week.


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Jonah Lomu died of cardiac arrest, family friend and former All Blacks team doctor John Mayhew has confirmed. Lomu died at his home in Auckland surrounded by family this morning. He was 40. Lomu's.