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Huge gridiron player's 60m touchdown
Bu WWOS staff
16:30 AEST Wed Feb 13 2013

A 160kg high school gridiron player has shown amazing speed to score a 60m touchdown during a match in Hawaii.

Footage shows running back David Fangupo's unbelievable combination of speed and power as he sidesteps one opponent and fends off another on his way to the endzone.

Fangupo, who is in his last year at Kealakehe High School, has committed to the University of Hawaii, Huffington Post reports.

The 160kg behemoth had played offensive and defensive lines before being used as a ball carrier where he scored six touchdowns and ran for nearly 500m.

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