They are moments that created a sporting legend - Jonah Lomu on the burst, steam-rolling opponents.
Time and again the star, whose death aged 40 was confirmed today, defied what had become rugby's accepted norms.
He was the first truly modern player - huge, fast, multi-skilled and completely bankable.
Here are some of his top moments, captured on video:
Watch the huge impact Lomu made at the 1995 Rugby World Cup:
His try against England at the 1995 tournament still stands as one of the greatest tries of all time:
Lomu was a scoring machine during his international rugby career. Watch seven minutes of pure Lomu gold - capturing every try he made as an All Black:
Lomu could be a rampaging monster on the paddock, but he was often thoughtful and articulate off it. Watch a video of him talking about his life in rugby:
The rugby superstar retired from the All Blacks more than a decade ago, but always remained close to the sport, as seen in this haka flash mob that he was involved with during the most recent World Cup:
In an interview while in London, Lomu spoke about rugby, the All Blacks and his family: