New Zealand fly-half Dan Carter was named World Rugby player of the year for a third time at a ceremony in London on Sunday.
Carter, 33, helped the All Blacks to a 34-17 win over Australia in Saturday’s World Cup final at Twickenham.
He has announced his international retirement after scoring a record 1,598 points in 112 appearances.

The All Blacks won the team of the year and Australia’s Michael Cheika was named coach of the year.