The late, great Jonah Lomu would have been celebrating his 45th birthday on Tuesday.
News of the New Zealand legend's death at the age of only 40 rocked the sporting world in November 2015.
The giant wing tormented opponents during his magnificent career with such searing pace, incredible power and skill.
We pick some of the moments in which Lomu demonstrated why he was such a phenomenon.
Four-midable powerhouse demolishes England
Lomu had only just turned 20 when he got his first experience of the Rugby World Cup in South Africa back in 1995 and he was very much at home on the big stage.
England were simply unable to contain the powerful flyer in the semi-final at Newlands, Lomu scoring a sensational four tries in a 45-29 victory.
Lomu set the tone with a stunning early solo score, brushing off Tony Underwood and darting past Will Carling before steamrollering his way through Mike Catt and touching down.
He clinically added another three tries to set up a final against the hosts, which the Springboks won at Ellis Park.
Deja vu at Twickenham
England must have felt they had already seen more than enough of the imposing Lomu ahead of another World Cup showdown at Twickenham 21 years ago.
The two sides were locked at 16-16 in a Pool B match when Lomu produced another moment of magic in the second half.
He bolted down the left flank at great speed, hurtling past Jeremy Guscott and beating another three defenders before dotting down for a sublime score in the corner.
The All Blacks went on to win 30-16, thanks in no small part to the unstoppable Lomu.
All Blacks suffer Les Bleus despite jaw-dropping double
October 31, 1999 was a day to forget for New Zealand fans but Lomu sparkled again in a painful World Cup semi-final defeat to France.
He conjured up another jaw-dropping individual try when a swarm of blue shirts were unable to halt his charge from midfield.
Lomu added another for the showreel early in the second half after combining magnificently with Jeff Wilson as the All Blacks steamed into a 24-10 lead.
France came storming back at Twickenham, though, winning a thriller 43-31 to leave New Zealand shell-shocked despite the brilliance of Lomu.
Scotland blown away
Lomu's only other Test hat-trick came in a 69-20 demolition of Scotland in Dunedin.
The All Blacks ran riot at Carisbrook in 2000, Lomu again taking centre stage with a world-class display of finishing.
Sheer strength, persistence and a blistering turn of foot gave him an opening try, getting over the line having got back to his feet after being taken down briefly by Chris Paterson.
His other two tries were more straightforward as weary Scotland were given a brutal lesson.