Nigerian sets world record



Cambodia-based Nigerian footballer, Harrison Chinedu, has reportedly set a new Guinness World Record for distance (103.6 km) travelled on a bicycle with a ball on the head.

According to a report on, Chinedu was able to navigate the distance with the ball placed in the centre of his head. Chinedu said:

“This one is a record created by me and I’m happy that I have done my own side. “It is left for the Guinness World Record to rectify it and and bring back the results.”

This is not the first time the Cambodia-based footballer has reportedly registered his name in the Guinness World Record.


In March 2016, the player reportedly 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 with a ball on his head. However, checks on the Guinness World Record website ( has shown that Chinedu’s achievements are yet to be registered.

It was gathered that the records he reportedly set in March and November 2016 are not registered on the website.