Harrison Chinedu Put To Crack World History

Harrison Chinedu Put To Crack World History

Harrison Chinedu place to break world record

Cambodia-based footballer Harrison Chinedu is confident he is able to break the official record for balancing a football.

An Indian soldier Naib Singh broke the world record for going the farthest distance balancing a football on the head after walking a total distance of 45.64kilometer in his country in 2014. Singh lowered the earlier record bet9jamobili set by Bangladesh's Abdul Halim, who travelled 15.2 Kilometers balancing a football on his head at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka on October 22, 2011, to enter the Guinness Book of World Records.

The Dr. Rafiu Oladipo Sports Foundation has presented Chinedu with an opportunity to make a name for himself and Nigeria, and the sportsman says he won't disappoint on March 6 when he's been scheduled how to play bet9ja balance a football on his head walking from the Redemption Camp on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway to the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.

And Chinedu, that has since developed a love for the sport, says he has his sights set on smashing Singh's record to etch his name into the Guinness Book of World Records.

"I'm thankful to Dr. Ladipo for making the vision a reality," Chinedu told reporters in Lagos on Tuesday.

"I'm proud to be a Nigerian, and I am going to make Nigerians proud by setting a brand new record."

Ladipo, who is the President-General of the Nigerian Football Supporters' Club, expressed optimism that Chinedu would break Singh's record.

The sports philanthropist commended 3. bet9ja mobile for sponsoring the event, saying the firm deserved praise because of their contribution.

According to him, the Lagos State Governor as well as the National Sports Commission are backing the walk.

"We will also meet together with the Ogun State Governor to support Chinedu," Ladipo bet9ja customer care numbers included.