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Heaviest Combined Weight Juggled In One Hand

United States Spencer Renfro

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Hillsboro, Illinois, United States / February 24, 2012

Spencer Renfro used one hand to juggle a 10-pound and a two-pound ball, achieving a total combined weight of 14 pounds.

- must complete juggling using one hand
- must juggle in a standard pattern
- catches must be twice the number of objects juggled
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  • response to previous attempt United States Alicia Weber

    Alicia Weber

    Really Awesome Brian!!

  • response to previous attempt United States jon landerman

    jon landerman

    Technically the number of catches has to be the number of objects multiplied by the number of hands to be a qualifying run. This means that the number of catches for two people juggling eight objects has to be thirty two (four times eight) Now this means that one handed juggling needs to be nothing more than 'flashing' (each object thrown and caught once.) Perhaps more discussion is needed on this very interesting subject. Thoughts? Comments?

  • response to previous attempt United States jon landerman

    jon landerman

    Technically the number of catches has to be the number of objects multiplied by the number of hands to be a qualifying run. This means that the number of catches for two people juggling eight objects has to be thirty two (four times eight) Now this means that one handed juggling needs to be nothing more than 'flashing' (each object thrown and caught once.) Perhaps more discussion is needed on this very interesting subject. Thoughts? Comments?

  • response to previous attempt United States Pete Moyer

    Pete Moyer

    I noticed Spencer's video isn't showing up anymore. RecordSetter, can you fix?

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    10 2 =12

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    10 2=12

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    10

  • response to this attempt United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    Go, Spencer! Looks like Pete's got some friendly competition. Awesome! Do you guys know each other?

  • response to previous attempt United States Pete Moyer

    Pete Moyer

    Dan, to qualify a pattern in juggling, one must complete twice as many catches as the number of objects. I this instance it would be "4 catches." Hope that helps with this and future juggling records.

  • response to previous attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Pete Our moderator team counted your catches and added the rule re: 9 minimum. Would you prefer to reduce that? Is there a juggling standard?

  • response to previous attempt United States Pete Moyer

    Pete Moyer

    Brian, I'd have to agree with your second to last comment. You take records way too seriously haha. But that is INCREDIBLE that you did 15 pounds. I have the bicep strength to get toss 15-20 pounds worth but I don't have the wrist strength for something that large in diameter. I'm going to train my wrists and forearms for this one.

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