Crusaders coach Scott Robertson celebrated his side's 2019 Super Rugby title the only way he knows how - busting out his trademark breakdancing moves at Orangetheory Stadium.
The Crusaders beat the Jaguars 19-3 to claim their third-straight Super Rugby title, and their 10th as a franchise in the lowest-scoring final since the tournament started in 1996.
Despite the cold, slippery conditions, Robertson did his moves beside the Super Rugby Trophy and his players surrounding him in a circle.
Robertson is known for busting out his moves when coaching teams to the title, having done the same with the Baby Blacks and Mitre 10 Cup side Canterbury.
The 44-year-old becomes the first person to three-peat as both a player (1998-2000) and coach (2017-19).
He is contracted as Crusaders coach for two more seasons, but the former test loose forward has already put his hat in the ring to succeed All Blacks boss Steve Hansen after this year's Rugby World Cup.