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Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces With Full Table Tennis Paddle Spin Between Each Bounce

Australia Peter Craig

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Blakeview, South Australia, Australia / June 14, 2010

Peter Craig bounced a table tennis ball on a table tennis paddle 9 times while flip juggling the paddle between each bounce.

- must only use one hand

- table tennis paddle must make a full rotation between each bounce

- table tennis paddle can spin in any direction

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  • Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    ERROR: These last two record submissions have been added to the wrong record category. This record was originally "juggling" the table tennis paddle meaning it is thrown and released from the hand spinning away from you and caught before the next bounce (sides it bounces on is irrelevant). The last two submissions are for a paddle rotation so rather than alternating sides, it passes the alternate side returning to the original side while holding the paddle throughout.

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    same color after full rotation

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    I will redo this record

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    I also think you should deny me. The paddle should be the same color every time

  • United States David Webber

    David Webber

    I have to agree with you Peter – as early as the second bounce he only spins the paddle half-way.

  • Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    I have to dispute this record... as it's tricky to determine a full spin, the table tennis paddle actually helps in that it has a red and black side. see bounce # 3 for example, lands on red then half rotation to black... criteria should be on this record that it's is 1 single full rotation only, no half rotations (alternating sides) or more than one spin landing on different coloured side. This makes it much easier to verify and keeps it consistent.

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