A Nigerian footballer, Harrison Chinedu has set a new Guinness World Record.
Chinedu in the commercial city, Lagos set a new world record for distance traveled on bicycle with a football on the head, 103.6km.
In a show of determination and skill, Chinedu was able to navigate the above distance with a ball placed in the centre of his head, AFP reports.
Before this latest adventure, Chinedu had entered the Guinness Book of World Records after he became the first man to travel the farthest distance while balancing a football on his head.
The Cambodia-based footballer set the record after walking from the Redemption camp on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway to the National Stadium in Surulere, Lagos, which is a total distance of 48.08km, on March 6.
Nigerian footballer Harrison Chinedu cycled 64 miles with a football on his head, hoping to enter the Guinness Book of Records pic.twitter.com/WMccvkXYDL— AFP news agency (@AFP) November 21, 2016
The previous record was held by an Indian soldier, Naib Singh who walked a total distance of 45.64km with a ball on his head in his country in 2014.