Former All Blacks winger Joe Rokocoko has hung up his boots.
Rokocoko, 36, has announced his retirement on social media, after five seasons at French club Racing 92 in Paris.
He played the last of his 68 tests in 2010, scoring 46 tries to sit second equal on the all-time tally for New Zealand, alongisde Julian Savea and Christian Cullen and just three behind record holder Doug Howlett.
Rokocoko burst onto the scene for the Blues in 2003 and scored 25 tries in his first 20 tests for the All Blacks.
He played at the 2003 and 2007 Rugby World Cups, but missed out on selection for the 2011 tournament in New Zealand.
Shortly after he left to play in France. He initially signed for Bayonne, before joining Racing 92 in 2015.