Juggler’s Scoop – February 5th, 2014

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Juggler’s Scoop is a bi-weekly collection of the latest juggling videos and news bits from around the web.  Here’s the latest scoop!

–  Ofek Snir unloads a five ball quadruple spin.

–  The Flow Arts Institute explains the concept of anti-spin.

–  Jay Gilligan and Wes Peden present a live version of 43 Tricks.

–  Kellin Quinn’s new video is like Jam on Jelly.

–  Bri Crabtree does some hat juggling in the morning.

–  All of the 2013 diabolo.ca videos of the week have been compiled together.

–  Mountain Motion manipulate torches while a Quadrocopter Camera captures their movements.

–  Andrew Olson experiments with different pattern adaptations.

–  Lucas Aguirre juggles like there’s no tomorrow.

–  Jeair Burbôa shows off his skills in ‘Sverige‘.

–  The top 20 most popular jugglers of Chile in 2013 have been announced.

–  Numbers jugglers seem to keep getting younger.

–  Ryan Mellors plays around with newschool box tricks.

–  Emmanuël Boissé Pinard juggles rings and retires from doing BBB.

–  The new Teku Contact explores contact juggling over a cigar box.

–  Paweł Gębała curves spacetime.

–  Haavard Hvidsten has some digressions and goes on a clubs spree.

–  Marcus Monroe talks to Broadway Box.  He has also started his own podcast.

–  The World Juggling Federation has begun to announce the competitors in the Intercontinental Championship.

–  Glenn T Wright has created a flow pattern generator.

–  Jin rethinks cigar box manipulation.

–  Wyatt Davis shows off some club manipulations that he has been working on.

Nathan Wakefield

Nathan is a juggler from Southeast Michigan. He first learned to juggle in college, and has written for the website Streetjuggling.com. Currently, he is The Chairman of the International Jugglers' Association. When he is not frantically trying to learn new manipulation skills, he enjoys producing music, acting, and watching horror films.

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