2012 IJA Festival Video Part 1: Gym Highlights, Joggling, Kendama, and More!

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You can copy and paste this URL to see the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SuCwOSv9vo
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The time has come! We are excited to bring you the first batch of videos from our 2012 festival video release. This is a first for the IJA, as traditionally, the festival video has only been available on VHS or DVD for purchase. Now, we are posting the entire 2012 festival video online, completely free to IJA members! Tune in regularly for new batches of videos for your viewing pleasure.

– Opening Montage

The 65th annual International Jugglers’ Association Festival took place July 16-22, 2012 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. This opening video includes highlights from the week of festivities.

– Joggling

Clips from the 2012 World Joggling Championships, including the return of Albert Lucas.

– North American Kendama Open

Kendama was going strong in Winston-Salem with the North American Kendama open.

– Planting the Juggling Seed

Highlights from the Planting the Juggling Seed show, a free event that is put on for local youth. Performers include: Matt Hall, Cindy Marvell, St. Ignatius Circus Co., Reggie Moore, Christopher Haaser, Heather Marriott, Neil Jordaan, Ashley Ellis, Kellin Quinn, and Dave Finnigan.

– Gym

A highlight video of some of the action that took place inside of the gym.

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You can copy and paste this URL to see the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SuCwOSv9vo

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.