Noriaki Kasai wants to know when he’ll be in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The Japanese ski jumper was named to a record-breaking seventh Winter Olympic Team on Tuesday.
“Wow, a seventh time,” Kasai said, according to the Japan News. “That’s 22 years. That’s something, huh? Shouldn’t I be in the Guinness Book of World Records soon?”
If he does make it, Kasai would have to share space.
Russian luger Albert Demtschenko is also likely to compete in his seventh Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Kasai first competed at the 1992 Albertville Olympics. The star of the Japanese ski jumping team is women’s gold-medal favorite Sara Takanashi, who was born more than four years after Albertville.
Kasai has won one Olympic medal, a team silver in 1994. He was not chosen for the team event at the 1998 Nagano Olympics, where Japan won gold. His absence was due to injury, according to the Japan Times.
Kasai has a small chance at a medal in Sochi. He was fifth at the prestigious Four Hills in Europe and earlier was the oldest man to make a World Cup ski jumping podium. Japan also took bronze at the one team event so far this season.
“I’ve been in the kind of form where I can say, even at my age, that I am going to aim for a medal,” Kasai said, according to the Japan Times. “I’ve never had another season as good as this.”
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Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest man, recently met former soccer star David Beckham at a restaurant.
Both global sporting icons posted similar photos on social media with similar captions Monday morning.
Beckham played midfield for Manchester United, and Bolt is a longtime fan of the soccer club.
Bolt, who is planning on retiring after the 2017 World Championships, was recently asked about the possibility of Manchester United while hosting a Facebook Live.
“If I had the chance to play for Manchester United, I would go right now,” he said, laughing. “I would retire and start playing futbol right now. That’s how much I really want to play for Manchester United.”
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Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was running down the open field when he encountered Chicago Bears safety Chris Prosinski.
Prosinski went low and Elliott, a high school state champion in the 110m and 300m hurdles, decided to go high and hurdle the defender:
The track and field community took notice of Elliott’s hurdle.
Lolo Jones, a 100m hurdler who competed at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, gave Elliott grades of an A++ for difficulty and an A for technique on Twitter. She wrote that it “hands down would’ve been best NFL hurdle technique of the yr.” if a second Bears defender, Jonathan Anderson, hadn’t prevented Elliott from landing cleanly:
Dawn Harper-Nelson, the 2008 Olympic champion and 2012 Olympic silver medalist in the 100m hurdles, also had a positive review of Elliott’s efforts:
Emma Coburn, the 2016 Olympic 3000m steeplechase bronze medalist, thought Elliott’s leap resembled her event:
Elliott finished with 30 carries for 140 yards to lead the Cowboys to a 31-17 win during Sunday Night Football.
His mother, Dawn, who was a track and field athlete at the University of Missouri, posted a photo on Twitter to remind everyone where her son inherited his hurling gene from:
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