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Most Table Tennis Ball Bounces Using Alternate Sides Of Paddle In 30 Seconds

Spain Juan Martínez

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Sollana, Valencia, Spain / December 3, 2011

Juan Martiacute;nez completed 88 consecutive bounces of a table tennis ball using alternate sides of his paddle in 30 seconds.

FAILED: Does not beat the current record.

- must use a standard table tennis paddle
- must use a standard table tennis ball
- bounces must be consecutive
- must alternate sides of paddle between each bounce
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States Geoff Hannert

    Geoff Hannert

    Thanks Peter. I was at 50 at 15 seconds then things slowed down.

  • Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    Nice job Geoff! It's so annoying that there's still room for at least 2-3 more bounces :)

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    No complaints from me Dan. I know your busy traveling also. Let's all make Universal Records Database a household name!

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Hey guys. Comments noted. We're doing everything we can to keep up with your submission pace, but as you can tell, we're a bit behind. As we get you further engaged with adjudication, things will move at a much more rapid pace. Thanks for bearing with us, dr

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    Hello Peter. There are a lot of my records that need to be updated. A lot of my records have a value of 2 or xx next to them. I found 6 of them today. I'll talk to them about. Thanks for the concern. As for counting my bounces when I submit my records. I usually do but my count is always off. You seen that today with the coffee mug. I did not count nearly as much as you did. See you later!

  • Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    This record needs to be updated. Timing from the first bounce I counted 79. The next bounce just misses the 30 seconds along with the next 4 bounces are outside of 30 seconds.

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