Sean Wainui
Sean Wainui

The athlete died in a tragic car accident on Monday morning, leaving behind his wife Paige, and two young children.

It’s mourning news for all the fans of Rugby star Sean Wainui. The New Zealand rugby player became world-famous for his numerous successes with the Crusaders and the Chiefs. In June last year, he scored five attempts in the super rugby Transtasman win against the Waratahs, making him the first player in super rugby history to do so. Now the sports world is mourning Sean, who passed away unexpectedly.


As per the reports, the athlete died in a tragic car accident on Monday morning, leaving behind his wife Paige, and two young children. There is great sympathy for his death. His coach Clayton McMillan called him in a public statement and the Daily Mail wrote “The person who embodied everything you could want in a player,” It continued: “He was an influential member of the teams he was on and we will miss his presence. Our condolences go out to Paige, Kawariki and Arahia and his extended families at this difficult time. We offer them along with our players.” and employees offer our full support. “

It’s a sad moment for his wife and we know that how painful it might be for her. The athlete and his wife celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary just six weeks ago. In early September the athlete wrote on Instagram. “One year of marriage with my loved one. I love you more and more every day. For the next 100 years.” He also posted several pictures from the wedding.

The single-vehicle crash took place around 7.50 am at McLaren Falls Park, near Tauranga. After which the serious crash unit reached the spot. Currently, investigations for the reason for the crash are ongoing. His sudden death has shocked everyone, especially his fans. And now there are numerous comments from his community, who are giving condolence to him. “Rest in peace,” wrote many fans.

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