Most Consecutive 360-Degree Spins While Bouncing A Table Tennis Ball On A Rubik's Cube In 30 Seconds

United States


Springfield, Illinois, United States / July 29, 2011

Brian Pankey completed seven consecutive 360-degree spins while bouncing a table tennis ball on a Rubik’s cube in 30 seconds.

- must use 3x3x3 Rubik's cube
- may use only one hand
- must be performed under an eight-foot ceiling
- each spin must be complete, partial spins will be deducted from final total
- must use a standard table tennis ball


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  • United States Brian Pankey

    the recovery is the hardestpart but after doing 360's with juggling for many years it made it easier to learn. I still can't do 720's. I want to do records with 720's in the future.

  • Australia Peter Craig

    After trying this one, how you even catch the ball after one spin is just magical :)

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