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Sonny Bill Williams
- Date of birth
- Clubs (rugby league)
Bulldogs (2004-2008), Sydney Roosters (2013-2014)
- Clubs (rugby union)
Toulon (2008-2010), Canterbury (2010), Crusaders (2011), Chiefs (2012), Panasonic (2012-2013), Counties Manukau (2014), Chiefs (2015)
- International appearances
33 (union), 12 (league), 12 (sevens) - up to 25/05/2016
Rugby union honours
- World Cup: winner (2011, 2015), 14 matches, 25 points
- Super Rugby: winner (2012) runner-up (2011)
- European Challenge Cup: runner-up (2010)
Rugby league honours
- World Cup: runner-up (2013)
- Australian Championship: winner (2004, 2013)
New Zealand's Swiss Army knife
Sonny Bill Williams is one of the most iconic and versatile players in the history of rugby. The New Zealander will represent the All Blacks in rugby sevens at Rio 2016, after stints as a league player, a union player ... and a heavyweight boxer!
Boasting an impressive physique (1.94m, 108kg), Williams is renowned for his offloading ability, and he was part of the World Cup-winning New Zealand teams in 2011 and 2015.
After a series of off-the-field indiscretions in his youth, Williams is now much calmer (having converted to Islam in 2008). He has visited refugees in Lebanon as a UNICEF ambassador, and he famously handed over his World Cup medal to a young fan, just minutes after beating Australia...
GBR 27 CHN 26
GBR 23 CHN 18
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Ledecky 4 Biles 4
Manuel 2 McKeon 2
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