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MOST OBJECTS JUGGLED

These are “qualifying” records. To be able to say you have “qualified” with a certain number, you need to catch each object at least twice. To “flash” requires just one catch of each object.

       
11 Balls Alex Barron (UK) 2017 He has also flashed 12, 13 & 14 balls, so maybe one day we will have a new world record!
10 Rings Anthony Gatto (USA) 2005 Albert Lucas (USA) was able to flash 13 rings back in 2002.
8 Clubs Anthony Gatto (USA) 2006 Willy Colombaioni (USA) has video footage of also qualifying 8 Clubs in 2015.

MISC JUGGLING WORLD RECORDS

   
556 Catches of 3 Balls in one minute David Rush (USA)
3 Chainsaws (94 catches) Ian Stewart (Canada)
12mins 50secs – Longest Duration Juggling 3 Objects while Suspended Upside Down Quinn Spicker (Canada)

If you would like to attempt Numbers Juggling, then you may find the following article helpful –
NUMBERS JUGGLING – a guide to Juggling more than 3 objects!

World Records for Bounce Juggling

10 balls using the lift bounce (39 catches) – Robert Mosher III
9 balls using the lift bounce (35 seconds) – Mathias Ramfelt

9 balls using the force bounce (62 catches) – Alan sulc

8 balls using the force bounce (4 mins 12 seconds) – Alan Sulc

2-man bounce passing

16 balls (74 catches) by David Critchfield and John Jones in 2005

World Records for Club Passing

Records don’t need to be a solo effort!

  • 14 Clubs for 14 passes between Darin Marriott & Peter Kaseman (2004)
  • 13 Clubs for 18 passes between Patrik Elmnert & Wes Peden (2008)

You will see that when it comes to Juggling any high number of objects, Anthony Gatto is always someone who sets a trail for others to try and beat! He is also heavily involved in organising lots of Joggling World Records which you can find on my Silly Juggling World Records page!

Further Resources

There are lots of unofficial “World Records” submitted to the Juggling Records Database on the excellent Internet Juggling Database – so that’s a good place to have a look to find one that you think you can work towards beating, then you could always file a request with Guinness to see if they would recognise an official attempt at it, and you too could be a record breaker!

Another good web page with lots of fun facts is the Official Guinness World Records website. Type in “Juggling” and let the websites search engine pull up the best results – http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com

If you know of any more World Record Juggling facts, then please fill in the form at the bottom of the page. If there is video footage of the World Record attempt then let me know!

World Records

This section was launched in August 2011 when I added the Guinness World Records Products to my website . I created 4 pages full of wonderful Guinness World Records for you to enjoy (and perhaps resolve to beat!)

  1. Juggling World Records (for Balls, Clubs, Rings, Bounce Juggling and Passing)
  2. Circus Skills Prop World Records (eg Diabolo, Unicycle, Spinning Plates, Pen Spinning etc)
  3. Dangerous Juggling World Records (eg Chainsaws, Fire, Underwater)!
  4. Silly Juggling World Records (eg Haggis Juggling, Joggling, Keepy-uppy etc)
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