|Date of birth||9 June 1985|
|Place of birth||Tokoroa, New Zealand|
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Weight||102 kg (16 st 1 lb)|
|School||Forest View High School|
|University||Waikato Institute of Technology|
|Spouse||Kahira Hughes (Kahui)|
|Rugby union career|
Richard Kahui (born 9 June 1985) is a New Zealand rugby union player. He plays for Toshiba Brave Lupus in the Top League. He previously played for the Highlanders and Chiefs in Super Rugby, Waikato in the National Provincial Championship, and New Zealand internationally. He plays at centre and wing.
In 2008 Kahui was also named as a member of the New Zealand All Blacks squad for the inbound tours to New Zealand. He made his All Blacks debut on 21 June 2008, starting at outside centre (13), and scored a try in New Zealand's 44–12 victory over England. He has shown his versatility by playing on the wing (14) in the All Blacks 2009 Bledisloe Cup victory over Australia. Unfortunately, a six-month shoulder injury he incurred at the end of his 2009 Super 14 season with the Chiefs, prevented him from playing in the All Black side later in the year.
In 2010, Kahui returned to the All Blacks and was dynamic in the second test against Wales in Dunedin, where he scored a try from playing on the wing. The following week against South Africa, he was named as a reserve and came onto Eden Park in the second half also on the wing again.
At the 2011 Rugby World Cup he scored two tries in the tournament's opening game against Tonga, and another two against Japan. He was an integral part of New Zealand's World Cup winning side, starting several games, including every knockout match at left wing.
Kahui resides in Fuchu, Japan with Top League team Toshiba Brave Lupus under Australian coach Joe Barakat, with other New Zealand players Steven Bates and David Hill. His contract ends at the conclusion of the 2014/15 season
- "2006 Award winners named" (Press release). All Blacks. 14 December 2006. Retrieved 27 May 2012.
- Centre Richard Kahui signs for Japanese club stuff.co.nz. New Zealand: Fairfax. 13 February 2013. Retrieved 2 August 2013.