June 19, 2015
Freestyler Daniel Cutting for GSF Finals

When the finals of the Guinness Street Football challenge get underway June 27-28 in Kingston, world-renowned professional football freestyler and five-time Guinness World Record holder, Daniel Cutting, will be a special guest.{{more}}

According to Gareth Geddes, Sales and Marketing manager Guinness Caribbean and Central America, Cutting’s skills have taken him to over 20 countries and seen him work with some of the world’s biggest brands.

“It will be the performers’ first professional engagement in Jamaica and he is looking forward to it,” said Geddes.

“We are happy to have Daniel as our special guest for the finals of the Guinness Street Football challenge. We know that consumers will enjoy his display and performance, being high energy and a real showcase of skill,” Geddes added.

Cutting prides himself on providing the highest quality form of football entertainment suitable for a wide range of events and age ranges. For the past five years, he has been featured in commercials for Adidas and Hyundai, and has been a body double in many advertisements.

He also has five standing World Records and this alone speaks volumes about his ability to keep at the top of his game. These include the fastest 100m sprint balancing a football on the forehead, the longest time controlling a football with the chest, and the most consecutive face rolls (controlling the ball and rolling it from temple to temple), of which Daniel did a staggering 1,810, smashing the previous record by over three times the amount!

Daniel has truly honed and perfected his skills, as well as developed his own unique style. He takes inspiration from other creative art forms, such as break dancing and gymnastics, which he incorporates into his shows.

“No doubt he will have something very special planned for the Guinness Street Football crowd,” Geddes added.

“We are encouraging consumers and football fans to come out and witness this incredible display which will be a ‘cut’ above the rest,” he ended.