The first stage of the 2016 Freestyle Football World Tour, featuring the best 24 male athletes in the world took place in Calgary, Canada this September.
Andrew Henderson got back to winning ways with a solid display throughout every round despite feeling sick in the build-up the event.
The top 24 in the world were narrowed down to the top 16 after day 1 of the event and these final 16 will continue to the final stage of the 2016 tour in Melbourne, Australia.
In the final, Andrew faced Erlend Fagerli from Norway, who after taking the Superball 2016 (World Open Championship) title earlier this year was a firm favourite to keep up his winning streak.
But Andrew, who is the most successful competitor in the sport of freestyle football ever, having won every major competition on the calendar, battled his way through forcing Erlend to make some uncharacteristic errors in the final.