Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces On Alternating Sides Of A Paddle While Balancing A Street Hockey Puck Upright On A Street Hockey Stick And Standing On A Rola Bola

United States Brian Pankey

Recommend

Springfield, Illinois, United States / March 25, 2011

Brian Pankey made 115 bounces of a table tennis ball on altenating sides of the paddle while balancing a street hockey puck on a street hockey stick and standing on a rola bola.

- no adhesive or glue allowed
- pole or tray must not touch any other body part or item
- must be on top of a pole three-feet in length or greater
- must conform to URDB rola bola and table tennis criteria

26
submit to reddit

Suggested

Fastest Time To Walk 100 Yards While Wearing Swim Fins And Balancing A Street Hockey Puck Upright On A Street Hockey Stick

03:45

Fastest Time To Walk 100 Yards While Wearing Swim Fins And Balancing A Street Hockey Puck Upright On A Street Hockey Stick

Longest Time Balancing A Street Hockey Puck Upright On A Street Hockey Stick While Juggling Two Tennis Balls In The Other Hand And Standing On A Rola Bola

02:07

Longest Time Balancing A Street Hockey Puck Upright On A Street Hockey Stick While Juggling Two Tennis Balls In The Other Hand And Standing On A Rola Bola

Longest Time To Balance A Ten Street Hockey Puck Pyramid Upright On A Street Hockey Stick

02:00

Longest Time To Balance A Ten Street Hockey Puck Pyramid Upright On A Street Hockey Stick

Longest Time To Balance Five Street Hockey Pucks Upright On A Street Hockey Stick In Each Hand While Kneeling

02:50

Longest Time To Balance Five Street Hockey Pucks Upright On A Street Hockey Stick In Each Hand While Kneeling

More Suggestions

Comments

Under review comments

Tags: mostbalancingbouncingrola bolatable tennis ballalternatingtable tennis paddlestreet hockey stickstreet hockey puck