Most Consecutive Times To Alternate Hands In 30 Seconds While Bouncing A Table Tennis Ball On A Paddle And Dribbling A Basketball

United States Brian Pankey

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Springfield, Illinois, United States / October 10, 2010

Brian Pankey alternated hands 17 times in 30 seconds while bouncing a table tennis ball on a paddle and dribbling a basketball.

- must use a regulation basketball
- time starts when table tennis ball is bounced
- must only grip paddle handle while bouncing the ball
- table tennis ball must be bounced on the paddle throughout the entire record 
- basketball must be dribbled throughout the entire record
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