Fastest Time To Complete 1000 Consecutive Catches Juggling Three Balls In A Cascade Pattern

United States Nate Tower

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Lakeville, Minnesota, United States / December 12, 2013

Nate T. completed 1,000 consecutive catches in three minutes, 17.00 seconds while juggling three balls in cascade pattern.

- must use three standard juggling balls
- must juggle in a standard cascade pattern
- each ball must leave hand completely before being caught
- catches must be consecutive
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States Audi T

    Audi T

    i did some speed juggling for around a minute at a time and the fastest I could juggle was a hair slower than 5 catches a second. 5 catches a second puts someone at 3:20 for 1000 catches. Therefore I have decided to congratulate you on some very fast juggling. (I may try to set a master's record in the area of speed juggling for which you will have to wait until you are 40 to break. This would only seem reasonable if someone was convinced that being over 40 is a disadvantage in the world of fast juggling-I don't know if it is.)

  • Canada Mitchie Dagger

    Mitchie Dagger

    holy crap man!

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