Most Fruits Juggled At Once

United States Brian Pankey

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Springfield, Illinois, United States / March 28, 2011

Brian Pankey juggled a grapefruit, a mandarin orange, a peach, a lemon, a lime and an apple.

- must be different fruits
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  • response to this attempt United States Kyle Hanley

    Kyle Hanley

    Yeah, I think you right I guess you could have 3 bundles of three differnt fruit and that would count as having juggled 9 fruit! - I think I might have to do that! haha

  • response to this attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    Kyle I agree it should be a "whole" fruit not sliced or mashed or reshaped. Not sure that a bunch counts as one fruit. I think it should be acceptable to have an apple, pear, orange and banana tied together with a band or string and would be pretty tricky to handle, hold and prepare... the "train of fruit" almost feels like a variation big enough to be it's own category.

  • response to this attempt United States Kyle Hanley

    Kyle Hanley

    hahaha. Has to be "whole fruit" a bunch counts as 1 fruit. And yeah I had the idea that somone would make a train and keep grabbing more after they touched each hand! So...yeah. ha. GREAT JOB!!!

  • response to previous attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    Because of the Australian cyclone, I can't use bananas, at least not for $20 each... (!). I can't juggle more than 4 at once... so what do contributors to this category think about combining fruits together in bunches? I think this record is more about the fruit than the juggling. Any thoughts? Alternatively if fruit was lined up in a train, could the juggler juggle 3-4 at once but then switch along the line and pick up more fruit as they go along? I think this is a slightly different variation as the fruit isn't juggled "at once" but the first option at least does it "at once". And can the fruit be cut?

  • response to previous attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    I am eyeing off this record and will be beating it soon...

  • response to previous attempt United States Kyle Hanley

    Kyle Hanley

    6 or more!!! 6 or more!!! I belive in you!!!

  • response to previous attempt United States Kyle Hanley

    Kyle Hanley

    Great job my man! This record has the potential to go on for awhile. You should go outside and try for 6 or more!!!

  • response to previous attempt Philippines Ma-Ann P.

    Ma-Ann P.

    a little shoutout to me there! haha! i knew this is a piece of cake for you! congratulations and great job brian!(thumbs up)

  • response to previous attempt Philippines Ma-Ann P.

    Ma-Ann P.

    Calling Brian Pankey? :)

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