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VIDEO SHOWS: FILE FOOTAGE OF FORMER FRANCE RUGBY UNION INTERNATIONAL CHRISTOPHE DOMINICI TRAINING / STILL PHOTOGRAPHS OF DOMINICI / TWEETS IN TRIBUTE TO DOMINICI
EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: EDIT CONTAINS MATERIAL WHICH ORIGINALLY 4:3
PARIS, FRANCE (FILE - FEBRUARY 16, 2000) (ORIGINALLY 4:3) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL)
1. CHRISTOPHE DOMINICI (WITH HIGHLIGHTS IN HAIR) WALKING
2. DOMINICI AT TRAINING
MARCOUSSIS, FRANCE (FILE - SEPTEMBER 11, 2007) (ORIGINALLY 4:3) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL)
3. DOMINICI DOING WEIGHTS AT TRAINING
INTERNET (NOVEMBER 24, 2020) (SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITE - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE)
4. TWEET POSTED BY FRENCH RFU PAYING TRIBUTE TO DOMINICI, READING (French): "THE WHOLE FRENCH RUGBY FAMILY IS IN MOURNING AFTER THE TRAGIC DEATH OF OUR WINGER CHRISTOPHE DOMINICI. OUR THOUGHTS ARE PARTICULARLY WITH HIS FAMILY AND RELATIVES."
5. TWEET POSTED BY WORLD RUGBY PAYING TRIBUTE TO DOMINICI, READING (English): "A LEGEND OF FRANCERUGBY AND AN ALL TIME-GREAT OF THE GAME REST IN PEACE, CHRISTOPHE DOMINICI."
SAINT-DENIS, FRANCE (FILE - NOVEMBER 25, 2006) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE)
6. STILL PHOTOGRAPH OF DOMINICI SCORING A TRY AGAINST ARGENTINA
MARCOUSSIS, FRANCE (FILE - AUGUST 14, 2007) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE)
7. STILL PHOTOGRAPH OF DOMINICI AT FRANCE'S TRAINING CAMP
MARSEILLE, FRANCE (FILE - SEPTEMBER 30, 2007) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE)
8. STILL PHOTOGRAPH OF DOMINICI SCORING A TRY AGAINST GEORGIA AT 2007 RUGBY WORLD CUP
CARDIFF, WALES, UNITED KINGDOM (OCTOBER 6, 2007) ( REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE)
9. STILL PHOTOGRAPH OF DOMINICI CELEBRATING AFTER FRANCE BEAT NEW ZEALAND AT 2007 RUGBY WORLD CUP
STORY: Former France and Stade Francais player Christophe Dominici, whose dazzling runs made him one of the country's best wingers, has died aged 48, his former rugby club said on Tuesday (November 24).
Dominici won 67 caps for France between 1998 and 2007, scoring a memorable try in France's stunning 43-31 victory against New Zealand in the 1999 World Cup.
He started his club career at RC La Valette in 1991 before joining Toulon in 1993 and Stade Francais in 1997 until he ended his career 11 years later.
He won five French national titles with Stade Francais and four Six Nations titles with Les Bleus, including two grand slams in 1998 and 2004.
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