ESPN News: Jonah Lomu 'changed the perception of rugby union' forever

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Jonah Lomu 'changed the perception of rugby union' forever


Thursday 19th November
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It is one of the iconic images of rugby union: the freeze frame of Jonah Lomu trampling over the prone Mike Catt en route to scoring the first of his four tries in the 1995 Rugby World Cup semifinal. That moment, that tournament, propelled the young All Black Lomu into rugby's consciousness. It also inadvertently placed Catt firmly on the international map ... for being the victim on the end of a Lomu charge. "I knew there was nothing bigger or stronger that would come at me for the rest of my career so I knew I was alright. But it looks worse than it was," Catt told ESPN.


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