French rugby union great Christophe Dominici dies at 48


The rugbyman, who was capped 65 times for the France national team, and who scored a memorable try during France’s semi-final victory over New Zealand in the 1999 Rugby World Cup, was found dead in the Saint-Cloud park, south-west of Paris, after what one witness described as a fall of 15 metres.

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The former France rugby union wing Christophe Dominici has died at the age of 48, reports The Guardian.