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  • Videos From the Vault # 3 – The Three Swifts

    Mar 25, 2017 No Comments

    I have one of the largest, if not the largest, juggling video collections in the world. Therefore, I’ve established a series that I call Videos From The Vault to share videos that haven’t been online before, paired with other videos of the same acts. This installment features the Three Swift...

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  • Luca Pferdmenges, young prodigy – ep4 Juggle Jabber

    Feb 25, 2017 No Comments

    Luca Pferdmenges is a young but super strong juggler! We’re at the Dutch Juggling Championships where Luca is competing for a few titles. We talk about how he got this good and what he’s up to. For those of you who’ve been listening to JuggleJabber through SoundCloud, new audio wil...

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  • The Tennis Trio

    Sep 06, 2016 No Comments

    Sometimes, doing research on a juggler or jugglers from long ago is just a matter of filling in the gaps.  Other times, it’s much more complicated, like putting together an oddly shaped jigsaw puzzle with no final version to guide you.  Add in the obstacles of pseudonyms, stage names, and perfo...

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  • Passing siteswaps with five clubs

    Dec 14, 2015 No Comments

    Passing Siteswaps with five clubs Hi – my name is Brook and I’m a passing addict.  I’m going to be writing a series of articles with passing ideas to try – generally geared towards things I like doing.  I’ll try and keep a balance between more accessible and more chal...

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  • An obituary to Aidan Burns

    Oct 15, 2014 No Comments

    Portrait taken last December, by his brother, Bernard BurnsKnot throwing celebration from ad-hoc workshop at passing fancy convention (Melbourne) where Aidan was a special guest a couple of years back. Photo by Pascal Haering On the 9th October the international juggling community lost a treasured f...

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  • Life is Looking Up for Mark Angelo!

    Oct 16, 2013 No Comments

    On September 11, 2012 Mark Angelo Peachock became a Guiness World Record holder by spit juggling two ping pong balls 212 consecutive times breaking the previous record of 186. That along with a recent appearance on the David Letterman Show plus a busy performance schedule means that life is looking ...

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  • Six handed siteswaps

    Feb 16, 2013 No Comments

    The recipe •Take any siteswap. I’m going to choose the nine object pattern b9aab939abb6a69. •Subtract 6 from every number to give a derived siteswap. In my example the derived siteswap is 534453-334550403. (Despite the negative numbers, this is still theoretically a siteswap)! •Number th...

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  • Karamazov shuffle and variations

    Dec 15, 2012 1 Comment

    mixed feed The Karamazov shuffle is a four person moving pattern created by the Flying Karamazov Brothers. It’s based on a four person mixed feed. Four jugglers stand in a square formation. Alexei and Pavel are facing Dmitri and Zossima. Each juggler passes on two count and four count with the...

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  • Period 5 patterns / four handed siteswaps

    May 09, 2012 No Comments

    The recipe •Take any siteswap. I’m going to choose the five object pattern 78622. •Subtract 4 from every number to give a derived siteswap. My derived siteswap is 342-2-2. (Despite the negative numbers, this is still theoretically a siteswap)! •Number the beats in a causal diagram as fol...

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  • Three person runarounds

    Mar 15, 2012 2 Comments

    Traffic lights At the IJA festival you make two new friends. The three of you have never passed together before, so you’ll probably start by passing a two count feed with tricks. There’s a good chance that one of the tricks will be running across the pattern. Chris starts feeding Brenda ...

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  • Passing Post: Feeding on Chocolate Bars

    Mar 04, 2012 6 Comments

    The Chocolate Box You’re at the IJA festival with four other passers and you want to do an ambidextrous passing pattern. You should try the chocolate box. This is a Madison pattern where two people feed on chocolate bars and three feedees pass on three count. Here chocolate bar is a passing rh...

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