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Freestyle football world champions crowned in Kenya

By Reuters
29 November 2023   |   4:18 am
Fans cheered the world's top 32 freestyle football athletes on as they took turns 'battling' each other for the world champion title in Kenya's capital city, Nairobi, on Saturday in an event organised by the World Freestyle Football Association.

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