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The 31-year-old royal dared to challenge Usain Bolt to a race...
He previously told the President Of The United States to "bring it" during a hilarious Twitter exchange ahead of the Invictus games back in May, and now Prince Harry has his eye set on another challenge.
The cheeky royal has called out the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt and challenged him to a "re-match" after the pair jokingly raced together during Harry's trip to Jamaica in 2012.
Harry took to the Kensington Palace Twitter account to wish the sprinter a happy 30th birthday, and congratulate him on his historic Olympic win after becoming the first athlete to achieve a 'triple triple' gold win in the 100m, 200m and 4 x 100 relay.
Harry wrote: "Congratulations @usainbolt - now you're officially the greatest you might be ready for a re-run! Happy 30th -H."
The tongue in cheek message was accompanied by a photo of Harry sprinting ahead of Bolt, whilst wearing the Jamaica team's track uniform.
Of course, the message quickly went viral being liked more than 4,500 times and retweeted more than 1,400 times, with fans of both the sprinter and Harry going into a frenzy over the idea of a rematch.
Harry might want to choose his competitors carefully though as Usain, who currently holds the world record for the fastest 100 m and 200 m run with times of 9.58 and 19.30 respectively, will be a tough one to beat!