On Saturday December 17th Mark Hanson attempted to break the world 3-ball speed juggling record. With a self counted 417 catches in one minute, Mark is now awaiting the final word from Guinness to officially claim the title.
Here’s the video Mark submitted to Guinness:
In case the counting confused you . . . Mark counts what he calls rounds. A round is a set of three throws. This is obviously much easier than attempting to count each throw individually.
The people behind RecordSetter.com believe that “every person on Earth has potential to be the world’s best ‘something’.” They have made a place where anyone can create–and stake his/her claim on–a world record.
For the Juggling Subculture this means you don’t have to be Anthony Gatto to be a world record holder!
Here’s Brian Pankey setting a record for taking bites out of three apples while juggling:
Use your creativity and go create and set a record today!
Last month, Brüder Christoph and Manuel Mitasch broke the world record for passing 12 clubs. They stuck 76 catches on August 21st at a juggling convention in Krems, Austria. If you’d like to learn more about these guys, brush up on your German and visit their Web site.