A schoolboy made history as he scored the longest touchdown possible in the sport of American football.
Sean Landez of Sharyland high school was given the mundane task of standing beneath the posts as Edinburg North Cougars lined up a field goal attempt during a league match.
The North Cougars had every expectation of scoring three points for the routine kick - but there was a surprise in store for them, and for every other player on the field.
The attempt at goal narrowly missed and seemed to be heading off the pitch - but Landez stretched out his hands to catch the ball with his feet right up against the back edge of the end zone.
He teetered over and almost fell, knowing that one slip would have meant a restart from his team's own 20-yard line - but somehow he regained his balance, and started running back at the opposition. And running, and running, not stopping until he had successfully evaded all his opponents to score at the other end of the pitch
His extraordinary 109.9-yard touchdown run may be equalled, but will never be exceeded in the history of the game.
It was all part of a magical day for Sharyland and Landez, who also made another amazing 95-yard touchdown run during the match as his team ran out 48-7 winners.