Lomu could ‘gas’ opponents as much as steamroller them and his first of two tries against France in the 1999 World Cup semi, and many of his Counties Manukau scores showed he had more than enough top-end pace for a wide-man. The fastest rugby players on the planet and how their sizzling times compare to Usain Bolt and Kylian Mbappe One Welsh player makes the cut as list of the quickest players on the planet emerges. Maroons winger Xavier Coates (36.9km/h) was the equal-second fastest NRL player of 2020. Venue: Josh Addo-Carr owns the NRL’s fastest top speed of 38.5km/h, according to Telstra Tracker. Frizell aside, Hess (33.9km/h), Blues second-rower Angus Crichton (33km/h) and Queensland youngster Tino Fa'asuamaleaui (32.6km/h) are the fastest forwards by their recent numbers. 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Unsurprisingly, NSW winger Josh Addo-Carr will be the fastest man on the field going by the statistics having again topped the NRL this season with a best speed of 37.2km/h. We are the leading rugby union news and content network delivering you the latest news, views and all the moves in Rugby Union. Gutherson has been the king of high-speed efforts – bursts of 20km/h or more. It's said that rugby league is a game of inches – and that's often the case in State of Origin, where players are pushed to their limits and every small moment counts. Brisbane young gun Xavier Coates has dethroned Josh Addo-Carr as the fastest player in the NRL, hitting a new season-high speed in Thursday night's loss to Newcastle. Maroons winger Xavier Coates (36.9km/h) was the equal-second fastest NRL player of 2020. Coates and Addo-Carr are the undisputed top two pacesetters for 2020 - Gold Coast's Phillip Sami and Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt are the only other two players who have clocked more than 35km/h. A race, or set of races, would definitely be the easiest way to settle the debate about the fastest players, but that will never happen for a number of reasons—one being that some players on this list are retired. +55 11 3167-5566; Seg - Sex/ 08h30 - 18h; Facebook-f. Instagram News, views and all the moves in the world of Rugby Union. The speedster clocked 10.71 for the 100 metres. The Papua New Guinea-born teenager's blistering effort eclipsed Addo-Carr's season record of 36.8km/h set in round two of the Telstra Premiership in Melbourne's win over Cronulla at Kogarah. Press conference: New South Wales v Queensland, Game 1, 2020, Capewell brushes past Gutherson, sets up Brimson, Upton, Robinson send Origin message by topping grand final data, You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content. Queensland captain and halfback Daly Cherry-Evans (8.9km) leads the way for his team, followed by second-rower Coen Hess (8.2km) and Cameron Munster (7.9km) further down the overall list. The Maroons dominated high-speed efforts in 2019 – unselected duo Corey Oates and Moses Mbye having the most with 40. Sami recorded 35.7km/h in round two and Feldt 35.3km/h in North Queensland's opening match of the season. Enjoy. There have been a lot of fast players to play the game, and some of them have even been the best players in the game. According to Telstra Tracker data, the 19-year-old winger clocked 36.9km/h when he latched onto an intercept pass and ran the length of the field to score the Broncos' only try in the 27-6 loss at Central Coast Stadium. Of the players set to feature at the Adelaide Oval on Wednesday night, NSW halfback Nathan Cleary is projected to cover the most overall distance, having averaged 9.5 kilometres per match as he guided Penrith to the grand final this year. Cleary (10.3km) and Blues reserve Zac Lomax (10.2km) were the only Origin players to surpass 10km in one match, with Gutherson (9.9km) just missing. Gutherson is also the most consistent in terms of high-speed efforts, boasting the highest average of 34 per match in 2020, besting Brimson (27), Tedesco (24), Keary (23), Wighton (23) and Frizell (22). Josh Addo-Carr is the fastest man in the NRL and this year's State of Origin series, pipping teammate James Roberts in what is arguably the quickest backline in Blues history. Addo-Carr recorded the top speed of 35.9km, edging NSW teammates Trbojevic (35.5km/h) and Josh Morris (34.3km/h), who has since retired from rep footy. Telstra Tracker data from the 2020 NRL season provides us with an insight into who the game-changers might be, perhaps with a burst of speed, repeated efforts, sustained intensity or non-stop movement. Adelaide Oval, Adelaide. Queensland ace Kalyn Ponga, who is injured at the moment, was next with 8.7km ahead of Munster (8.6km), Cherry-Evans (8.5km) and overlooked Blues halfback Mitchell Pearce (8.4km). Queensland outside back Dane Gagai (37), Brimson (35), Blues centre Jack Wighton (35) and Luke Keary (34) posted strong PBs as well. Gagai and Oates (33.8km/h) were close behind. Munster (36) again wasn't far away alongside Gagai while the injured Tom Trbojevic (36) was the lone Blue on the top five leaderboard. Here they are. In any case, we will try and sort out who are some of the fastest players to have played the game. Will Carling famously labelled Lomu a ‘freak’ after his four-try show in 1995, and for a man of such bulkk, it’s remarkable he was clocked at 10.7 sec 100m time. Blues rookies Clint Gutherson and Luke Keary rank next with 9.2km per match, though Gutherson's output may decrease given he's playing centre, not fullback, in his Origin debut. Brisbane young gun Xavier Coates has dethroned Josh Addo-Carr as the fastest player in the NRL, hitting a new season-high speed in Thursday night's loss to Newcastle. The Eels captain racked up a season-high of 45, with Tedesco (41) the next-best of the eligible Origin players. NSW second-rower Tyson Frizell (8.6km) and hooker Damien Cook (8.2) have upstaged many backs in that department. Will Carling famously labelled Lomu a ‘freak’ after his four-try show in 1995, and for a man of such bulkk, it’s remarkable he was clocked at 10.7 sec 100m time. With a strong argument to be England’s quickest wide man ever, May is gradually improving his finishing prowess and is now arguably the first name on the teamsheet for head coach Eddie Jones. It's a much-needed dose of good news for the Broncos who have slumped to 12th after the loss to Newcastle, their fourth straight defeat. Subscribe to receive the latest rugby news direct to your inbox. Press conference: New South Wales v Queensland, Game 1, 2020, Capewell brushes past Gutherson, sets up Brimson, Stat Attack: Origin's Telstra Tracker leaders, Upton, Robinson send Origin message by topping grand final data, You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content. Lomu could ‘gas’ opponents as much as steamroller them and his first of two tries against France in the 1999 World Cup semi, and many of his Counties Manukau scores showed he had more than enough top-end pace for a wide-man. Darryl Clark's recorded speed in 2019 would have made him the 5th fastest player in the NRL last year... ahead of Ryan Papenhuyzen and James Tedesco among others. Gutherson (35.1km/h), rookie Queensland fullback AJ Brimson (34.9km), NSW No.1 James Tedesco (34.7km/h) and Frizell (34.2km/h) have shown they're capable of blazing the turf. In last year's Origin series, won 2-1 by NSW, Cleary covered the most distance in a game with a best of 9.1km.
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