Most Consecutive Under The Leg Table Tennis Ball Bounces Using Alternate Sides Of Paddle

United States Mick Cullen

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Lindenhurst, Illinois, United States / April 19, 2010

Mick Cullen bounced a table tennis ball under his leg 81 consecutive times using alternate sides of his paddle. He completed the entire feat while standing on one leg.

- individual must balance on same foot for the duration 
- raised foot may not be supported in any manner
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  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    A true recordsetter shout out Mick for all his accomplishments!

  • response to this attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    The only reason I bring it up is because the times I've tried you can stand still but when the ball falls just out of reach, the only way I can save it is by hopping towards the ball, or re-centering the ball by moving, ie hopping. Not that it even helps, it's just a last ditch effort before failure :)

  • response to this attempt United States Mick Cullen

    Mick Cullen

    OK, so self-correction.... so the record title doesn't say standing on one leg....it's the caption. But the criteria mention being balanced on one leg....so I'd think it'd have to stay in contact with the ground. But like I said before, it's probably irrelevant since hopping would complicate it!

  • response to this attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    Personal best: 33. Getting there slowly, but nowhere near!

  • response to this attempt United States Mick Cullen

    Mick Cullen

    Thanks, Peter. I haven't tried this one in a while, but yes, it's much harder than it looks. You get on a roll and then have one bounce that doesn't go straight up and you're lunging, and your balance is off, and it's over. You're confined not only to a very limited vertical space for the ball, but by the ability to make quick adjustments. It's rough. As for the leg thing, I think because the record title says while standing on one leg, hopping around is probably not allowed. However, I didn't specify...and besides, I am not sure that the ability to hop would be significantly helpful in any way!

  • response to this attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    To be honest, the attempt looks pretty simple... then you try it and your leg cramps up at 10 and you realize just how good this record is, good job Mick.

  • response to this attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    I noticed the balancing foot in your attempt stays stationary - is this a criteria, ie can the balancing leg hop or must it stay fixed?

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