Ladies and gentlemen, meet Alan Knuckey, the Charlton Park Rugby Club player who took the internet by storm when he pulled off a piece of skill that is worthy of champions.
Knuckey admits that it took many failed attempts in a 15 year period to produce this magnificent 'overhead back heel' assist, but on this wonderful day in 2016, he managed to take out a few opponents with one swoop of the right boot.
The London-born player then ran the length of the pitch to score one of the all-time great amateur rugby tries. I mean, just look at this.
Knuckey, who plays as a scrum-half, described the above as his 'finest ever rugby moment' in an interview via ITV Sport.
"Last play of the game. I look to Luke Boyns on the side line and say, shall I try the back heel," Knuckley posted on his Facebook page.
"He dares me, I accept. 15 years I've attempted this. Never have I finished it off. This may be my finest ever rugby moment."
"Please support my club www.gofundme.com/charlton-park-rfc-facilities-help."
Image: Alan Knuckey/YouTube
I don't think we've ever seen a more audacious try than this. Take a bow, Mr Knuckey. You have well and truly changed the game.
Well, we've witnessed a moment of utter genius, so let's take a look at a moment of madness in a Rugby Sevens Game, last year.
One rugby rule that is pretty simple to understand is that you can't pass the ball forward. Everyone knows that, right? Apparently not.
A Samoan rugby 7s player managed to forget the rules in the London 7s at the worst moment, when he'd already gone past the try line:
Fortunately for the lad, Samoa went on to win 26-10 but it was Fiji who won the tournament, knocking up their fourth win in a row