Most Targets Hit Using Paddle Ball Trick Shots

United States Paddle Ball King

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Huntersville, North Carolina, United States / August 19, 2011

The Paddle Ball King hit four different targets with trick shots using a paddle ball. He hit a levitating ball, hitting a levitating disc, popped a balloon with a needle inserted into the ball and extinguished a candle, all using the ball.

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  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    We'll soon be inviting community members to get involved in moderation related to their specialties. For example, we'd love to get you involved with all paddle ball records, even ones you haven't set. For now, it's best to use this comment section to add your input, and we can revise criteria as needed. No need to resubmit.

  • United States Paddle Ball King

    Paddle Ball King

    Dan, How would one go about "adding" rules to an already submitted record? Do I need to just delete and and re-submit with the rules added? How does one delete a record, if needed? Lots of questions, I know.

  • United States Paddle Ball King

    Paddle Ball King

    Will do. Thanks for the feedback, and thanks for including me in the fun...

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Exactly, PBK. Create a set of rules that others need to follow if they want to try and beat this feat.

  • United States Paddle Ball King

    Paddle Ball King

    Gotcha. No worries. It was a video that I had already produced and was trying to create a record catagory with it, just because I think is fun, creative and cool. But I see your logic/point of view as well. Perhaps if I more clearly define what it is to "hit a target"?

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Paddle Ball King -- I love your tricks and videos a ton. This submission, however, is too vague for me. We need to make sure every record on our site is quantifiable and breakable. Can you provide criteria that defines what in fact a "trick shot" is? More pointedly, how would we ever be able to judge if someone fairly beat this record? In its current state, without clear definition, I'd vote to deny. Still love you, though!

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