There has been an outpouring of tributes for All Blacks rugby legend Jonah Lomu since news of his death broke this morning.
The shock of his unexpected passing can be seen in the tweets and messages from friends and fans around New Zealand and abroad.
Lomu wowed fans and opponents alike with 63 test caps for the All Blacks, after kicking off his stellar rugby career in 1994. He is widely considered to be the best player at the 1995 Rugby World Cup, scoring seven spectacular tries in the tournament.
The rugby legend leaves behind his wife Nadene and their two sons, Brayley, six and, Dhyreille, four.
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