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Longest Time To "Walk" A Yo-Yo In An Office

United States Stride Marketers

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, United States / August 3, 2011

Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get $500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and sheer will.

General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.

- must attempt record in a home office or professional office
- timing begins when spinning yo-yo touches ground
- timing stops when yo-yo finishes spinning or stops touching ground
- if yo-yo doesn't climb up string and return to hand at completion of attempt, attempt will be denied

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  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    Jason, I do not see your record here in the pile. If that changes, we'll let you know.

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    Austin, we got your submission with two minutes to spare. Bravo, will review soon.

  • United States Jeff P

    Jeff P

    Rob i submitted a record at just about 11:59:40 On october 11 so i was also wondering if mine is accepted

  • United States Austin Cummings

    Austin Cummings

    I beat this record and posted it considering on EST becuase we live in AZ I posted it at 11:56 pm EST on Oct 11 but if it was EDT it would be 00:56 pm on Oct 12 does it still count or no? Thank you

  • United States Schuyler Van Horn

    Schuyler Van Horn

    Strategic strategy? NICE! I'm gonna have to start using that

  • United States Colby Wrathall

    Colby Wrathall

    haha yeah i know, i meant to. its kinda my type of humor

  • United States Cody Owens

    Cody Owens

    colby... you just said quote "strategic strategy"

  • United States Colby Wrathall

    Colby Wrathall

    also, do high school logos count as being illegal? it shows no brand logo, but it has the "C" for the first letter of our school

  • United States Colby Wrathall

    Colby Wrathall

    What if we dont think that we will be able to repeat our record, and we dont want to have it be put up as a record because we feel that it will motivate others to try harder on that specific record. we would like to make sure it is legal, but not submit it until the end of the competition for a strategic strategy.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Colby: You're allowed to submit more than once during the competition. I'd suggest you submit your current video, and if it gets beaten, you'll be able to try again later on.

  • United States Colby Wrathall

    Colby Wrathall

    so is there any way i can submit a video to see if it is legal, but not have you post it as a record yet??? i might want to hold off on the video until later in the competition, but i want to make sure it is legal

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