Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces On Alternating Sides Of A Paddle While Holding A 25 Pound Weight Plate On Fingertips And Standing On A Rola Bola

United States Brian Pankey

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Springfield, Illinois, United States / March 23, 2011

Brian Pankey completed 94 consecutive table tennis ball bounces on alternating sides of a paddle while holding a 25 pound weight plate by his fingertips and standing on a rola bola.

- rola bola cylinder must be six inches or greater in diameter
- must be on hard, smooth surface (no carpet, grass, etc.)
- palm may not contact weight plate at any time
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