This is great for higher levels, but as with many non-standard moves it's difficult to not only do correctly at lower levels but also hard to call correctly and consistently with weekend warrior referees. Most of the time the moves you see here would likely be called obstruction as there's often some contact with the defenders by the player running ahead. It might be because the defender has bit on the runner or that the runner initiates the contact, but it'll still look like obstruction to most lower levels refs. Then again, you might get the opposite on any given day, where the ref lets it all go even if it is obstruction.
I have no issue with the Lomu try at #1 (still one of my favourites all time and likely most memorable) but thought Robinson's counter against Wales in 2003 (with Greenwood finishing it off) might get a mention. »