Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces On A Rubik's Cube While Alternating Hands

United States Brian Pankey

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Springfield, Illinois, United States / September 28, 2010

Brian Pankey bounced a table tennis ball 110 times on a Rubik’s Cube using while alternating hands.

- must switch hands between each bounce
- ball may not touch any other object, person, or ground
- must use 3x3x3 standard-sized Rubik's Cube
- can use more than one side of the cube for bouncing
- may only have one hand touching Rubik's Cube at a time

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