We’ve seen some of the weirdest Guinness World Records, from giant rice mosaics.
To mass costumers.
Or even records for biggest chewing gum bubbles ever.
But this is by far, one of the most physically engaging world records you’ll ever see, and it was set here, in Nigeria.
Footballer Harrison Chinedu broke the ball-balancing world record for distance traveled on Sunday March 6.
He trekked an astonishing 48.04km, beating the previous record of Indian soldier Naib Subedar Azad Singh, who travelled a distance of 45.64km.
His journey began at RCCG Redemption Camp, on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. Then he headed for Ojota, then Maryland.
Then all the way down to Ojuelegba.
Before finally reaching the national stadium, Surulere.
But he didn’t stop there, he journeyed eleven times around the main bowl to break the record, before completing another eleven laps to set his own world record.
He even still had the energy to stand and take photos, with the ball still balanced.
How badass is that? We wonder how many buckets of water he had to carry growing up.
What’s next for Harrison Chinedu? We don’t know, maybe a Johnny Walker endorsement.
Or a contract. Whatever it is, we wish him success in all his future endeavours.