Most Consecutive Diabolo Catches

Netherlands Wino Bouwens

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Groningen, Netherlands / July 25, 2017

Wino B. caught a diabolo 1,258 times in a row.

- diabolo not permitted to touch ground or be dropped 
- toss must go above head
- must use regulation-sized diabolo
- diabolo must stay spinning for duration of record
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


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  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    Yes I am sorry Sierra. I wasn't try to threaten anyone. I was trying to make a statement

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    Maybe a video stream for 24 hrs. I would like that

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    I only have a 1hr. camcorder I wish I could film this for a long time

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    Peter's right I apologize to Sierra

  • Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    Brian, nothing against you but you do need to be careful what you say about your own skills and others - I'm actually with Sierra on this one. The record category did not exist and so Sierra posted her attempt at a record yet to be categorised. It was simply asking to be beaten but you can do diabolo tosses for 24 hours, then do it and submit the record (23 minutes is a fair effort, why didn't you go 24 hours?). There are records for longest time skipping or soccer juggling or standing on one leg that go for 100 hours. We both submit numerous records in various categories we have no "professional" qualification in (eg. table tennis, skipping, tennis) but we are simply competing with one another and allowing more skilled people to contribute if they choose without judgement. There's no need to jump down the throat of URDB or any contributor because of their qualification or record submission(s). If you can beat a record, beat it but still congratulate and inspire other contributors on their efforts and particularly for setting up new categories that can be competed in rather than discouraging involvement.

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