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Most Consecutive Patterns During A Three-Ball Mills Mess Juggling Pattern In One Minute

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Quincy, Massachusetts, United States / July 18, 2012

Andrew Gardikis completed 105 consecutive patterns while performing a three-ball Mills Mess juggling pattern in one minute.

FAILED: Does not beat current record.

- may use any size balls
- must perform patterns within the one-minute mark
- may not drop balls
- patterns must be consecutive
- must juggle in a Mills Mess pattern as per the original record setter


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