United States winger Takudzwa Ngwenya has completed his move to Top 14 giants Biarritz.
The Zimbabwe-born flyer, who famously outpaced South Africa star Bryan Habana to score the try of the World Cup, has signed a two-year deal with the southerners.
It is the first professional contract penned by the 22-year-old, who moves from US side Dallas Athletic.
Ngwenya, who has been credited with running the 100 metres in 10.4 seconds, scored two tries in the World Cup, his other coming against Samoa.
He joins fellow new signings Henry Fa’afili, Ashwin Willemse and Jacques Cronje at Biarritz this season.