Former France international Christophe Dominici has died at the age of 48.
The French Rugby Federation (FFR) and Dominici's former club Stade Francais confirmed the Bleus great had passed away on Tuesday, with no cause of death revealed.
Versatile back Dominici, who operated on the wing or at full-back, won 67 caps for his country and scored 25 tries.
The Toulon-born Dominici is France's second-highest Rugby World Cup try-scorer with eight, a tally only Vincent Clerc has bettered.
The FFR tweeted: "The great French rugby family is in mourning after the tragic death of our winger Christophe Dominici, we are thinking especially of his family and loved ones."
Dominici won the French title five times during a long, successful club career with capital club Stade, where he employed as a coach after retiring.
The Top 14 club posted on Twitter: "It is with immense sadness and heartbreak that Stade Français Paris learned of the death of Christophe Dominici.
"Rugby genius and peerless companion, he leaves a great void in our big family. Our thoughts are with his partner and his daughters."
Governing body World Rugby also paid tribute to Dominici.
"A legend of @FranceRugby and an all-time great of the game. Rest In Peace, Christophe Dominici," the organisation posted on social media.