Thursday, 1 December 2016

VIDEO: WATCH HOW THEO WALCOTT BREAK GUINNESS WORLD RECORD.

Theo Walcott Breaks Guinness World Record Which Almost Double Lionel Messi's Record.


Theo Walcott has become a Guinness World Record holder after setting a new mark to beat for the highest altitude a football is dropped and controlled.

Arsenal's Team-mates Laurent Koscielny, Nacho Monreal and Francis Coquelin joined Walcott  for the 'Betfair Cash Out Ultimate Control Challenge'on Thursday morning during training at sunny time. While his team-mates strugled with the task, Theo Walcott managed the task and broke the previous record of 32-metres with a new 34-metres record he set.

How The Task Is Given :-
The Players had to control the ball by keeping it off the ground for five touches. A ball will be dropped from a crane at distance height, and Walcott alone did it successfully at 34-metres distance dropped from crane to claim the record as seen in the video below.

Pravin Patel, Guinness spokesman who witness the challenge said a media channel "It was great to watch four top-level professional footballers gathered on a crisp sunny morning to take up the challenge.
"It took easy at 25 metres but when the ball was released at 34 metres, it was a challenge that surprised the footballers, especially when the ball swerved as it came down. Well done to Theo for breaking the record."

WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW:





Lionel Messi had initialy recorded a height of 18 metres in a promotion for a Japanese Television show, but Walcott broke the record of an English Football freestyler  John Farnworth who set a record of 32 metres.


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