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Most Consecutive Tandem Table Tennis Ball Bounces

United States Gold Member


Springfield, Illinois, United States / January 11, 2011

Gold Member executed 353 consecutive bounces of two table tennis balls on two table tennis paddles. He set the entire record on his knees.

- must be on knees
- both balls must bounce same number of times
- balls may not switch paddles
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    now that is something I'd pay to see!

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