Most Bowler Hat Catches On Head

United States Tony Duncan


Brattleboro, Vermont, United States / August 7, 2016

Tony Duncan and his friend threw a bowler hat between them, completing six catches using their heads.

- hat must be thrown between two people
- hat must land and remain on head
- must throw bowler hat from at least seven feet away from partner
- hat must rotate at least 1/2 rotation on axis; may not be thrown Frisbee style
- catcher may not use any other body part of other object to put hat on head
- hat must land on head and not be held in place any way before removing for the next throw
- hat must be thrown consecutively alternating with each person every throw
- catcher may shift head after catch to make sure it does not fall off as long as no other body part of object is used to do so
- partners must be facing each other and thow the hats overhand
- actual bowler hat or non circular juggling bowler hat must be used
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


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