Beauden Barrett was top points scorer in international rugby in 2017 with 168 points.
His 168 points follows his 152 points from 2016 which makes him the first player in history to exceed 150 points in consecutive years.
He established a new world record of converting 45 tries against top tier teams in a calendar year.
His 45 conversions follow his record 40 conversions in 2016 to become the first player in history to kick 40 or more conversions in consecutive years.
He kicked a record seven conversions in a test against Australia.
He kicked a record seven conversions in a test against South Africa.
He kicked seven conversions in three different test matches.
He has currently kicked 11 consecutive conversions against Australia.
He kicked a record seven penalty goals in a test against the British and lrish Lions.
Considering games where a player was selected as a designated goal kicker, he converted 20-25% more tries per match than any other player.
His six tries scored in test matches in 2017 is the fourth most by any test player.