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Limassol brothers break Guinness record for 'headers'.

Brothers Dimos Christodoulides, 52, and Renos Christodoulides, 56, hold not only one, but two Guinness World Records. After setting the record for two people passing the most headers with a football, they have now broken another one, this one for time spent heading a football between two people.

They passed the ball for 13 minutes and 54 seconds before it touched the ground, beating the 12 minutes and 42 seconds record by Swedes Tomas Lundman and Valon Gashi which the two had held since 2007.

"We knew we would break the record from our training," the two Limassolian athletes, both teachers, said after the event, expressing the belief that they can do even better and set the bar even higher for next time.

The first record was achieved by the brothers in Limassol in 2014 and involved consecutively passing the ball 1,013 times.

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Publication:Cyprus Mail (Cyprus)
Date:Nov 9, 2016
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