Most Consecutive Catches Of A Tennis Ball In A Tennis Can While Juggling Three Balls In A Reverse Cascade Pattern And Kneeling

United States Brian Pankey

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Springfield, Illinois, United States / November 10, 2010

While kneeling and juggling three tennis balls in a reverse cascade pattern, Brian Pankey completed 11 consecutive catches (and throws) of a tennis ball in a tennis can.

- tennis can must be used to both catch and throw while juggling the three balls
- must use a clear tennis can
- may use either right or left hand to hold tennis can for the record
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