24 Oct 2007 14:39:11
David Critchfield
World Records - two new

Robert Mosher III just broke the World Record for lift bouncing 9 balls with
a 32 second run. This beats the previous record set in 1988 by Antonio Bucci
of 30 seconds.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxlWLgbfToY

David Critchfield and John Jones just beat their own 17 ball bounce passing
World Record of 35 catches in 2005 with this new run of 43 catches.
http://www.bouncepage.com/videos/17b43c.wmv



Bounce Juggling World Records are maintained by me here:
http://www.bouncepage.com/records.htm





24 Oct 2007 19:23:23
Øverby, Sondre
Re: World Records - two new

David Critchfield wrote:
>
> Robert Mosher III just broke the World Record for lift bouncing 9 balls with
> a 32 second run. This beats the previous record set in 1988 by Antonio Bucci
> of 30 seconds.
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxlWLgbfToY
>
> David Critchfield and John Jones just beat their own 17 ball bounce passing
> World Record of 35 catches in 2005 with this new run of 43 catches.
> http://www.bouncepage.com/videos/17b43c.wmv
>
>
>
> Bounce Juggling World Records are maintained by me here:
> http://www.bouncepage.com/records.htm
>
>
>
>
>

That's soo awesome, super smooth. He must be pretty much of a natural.

I was wondering... why are there no records for force passing?




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24 Oct 2007 20:21:01
mohoinnoho
Re: World Records - two new

Why are some records measure by time and some by catches? I thought
nearly all records were measured by catches...

David Critchfield wrote:
>
> Robert Mosher III just broke the World Record for lift bouncing 9 balls with
> a 32 second run. This beats the previous record set in 1988 by Antonio Bucci
> of 30 seconds.
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxlWLgbfToY
>
> David Critchfield and John Jones just beat their own 17 ball bounce passing
> World Record of 35 catches in 2005 with this new run of 43 catches.
> http://www.bouncepage.com/videos/17b43c.wmv
>
>
>
> Bounce Juggling World Records are maintained by me here:
> http://www.bouncepage.com/records.htm
>
>
>
>
>



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24 Oct 2007 20:51:53
gantenbein
Re: World Records - two new

David Critchfield wrote:
> [snip]
>
> David Critchfield and John Jones just beat their own 17 ball bounce passing
> World Record of 35 catches in 2005 with this new run of 43 catches.
> [snip]
>

Congrats Dave and John! That's an insane amount of balls to bouncepass.
Made me dizzy watching it.

Steffen

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25 Oct 2007 06:02:43
David Critchfield
Re: World Records - two new


"Øverby, Sondre" <sondre_goes_pro@sjonglering.com.nospam.com > wrote in
message news:471f9bab$0$508$bed64819@news.gradwell.net...

> I was wondering... why are there no records for force passing?


These are the only guys I've ever seen do it.
http://www.bouncepage.com/videos/MarkIan.wmv





25 Oct 2007 06:22:18
David Critchfield
Re: World Records - two new

"mohoinnoho" <mohoinnoho@gmail.com.nospam.com > wrote in message
news:471fa92d$0$513$bed64819@news.gradwell.net...
> Why are some records measure by time and some by catches? I thought
> nearly all records were measured by catches...

John and I generally count catches unless the run is over a minute long,
then we go to time.

Antonio Bucci's records were provided by the Italian Jugglers Association in
time only, with no supporting video.