Sport: 10 of the greatest individual sporting achievements

He shoots, he scores!: Lamelo Ball

15-year-old Lamelo Ball scored an astounding 92 points in a 147-123 victory against Los Osos.

LaMelo Ball dedicates 92-point performance to hospitalized classmate

Triple-ton: Mohit Ahlawat

Mohit Ahlawat scores a triple century off just 72 balls in a T20 match; setting a record and earning a trial with the Delhi Daredevils

14-goal man: Archie Thompson

New Zealand-born Aussie international Thompson scored 14 goals in a World Cup Qualifier against American Samoa. Australia won 31-0.

Ronnie O’Sullivan: The Rocket

Ronnie O’Sullivan notched a mega-quick 147 in just five minutes and 20 seconds. No hanging around.

Joe DiMaggio

Record-breaker? Simple business. ‘Joltin’ Joe got at least one safe hit for the New York Yankees in 56 consecutive games.

Who else? Tiger Woods

Woods made a mockery of the records and claimed all four Majors at one time in 2001 – a feat no-one else had managed previously

Century man: Wilt Chamberlain

Yeah, getting 100 points in a single basketball game couldn’t be easier really could it? Chamberlain scored the tally against the New York Knicks in March 1962 – becoming the only pro ever to do so.

Tennis legend: Roger Federer

So, it’s probably been a few days since you’ve heard of Federer, after his Australian Open win last month. Federer in his prime featured in 26 consecutive grand slam semi-finals between 2006-2010, which ended in quarter-final defeat to Robin Soderling

Teenage prodigy: Pranav Dhanawade

In the HT Bhandari Cup inter-school tournament, Dhanawade and reached 1,009 runs off 395 minutes

Take your pick: Brian Lara

Brian Lara has scored 400 not out at Test level, but his unbeaten 501 for Warwickshire against Durham was something else.