David Seaman sets a Guinness World Record

He caught a purple ball thrown at him from a height of 105 metres.Gavin Henson and David Seaman entered the record books today as they both caught a ball travelling at terminal velocity above Wembley National Stadium, London. The record-breaking moment marked the launch of Cadbury Spots v Stripes’ biggest game of Catch in the UK.
One hundred purple balls with in-built GPS systems have been released to get as many people as possible passing these throughout the UK. The ball that travels the furthest with the most passes – as tracked live here – will win the UK’s biggest game of Catch.
The act of playing will trigger the donation of games kits to charity in time for Christmas through Cadbury’s partnership with Groundwork.

But I’m sure Seaman would trade his purple ball Guinness World Record for another shot at stopping this ball that came at him from Ronaldinho from much closer..

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