eJuggle 30 Second 5-Ball Routine Video Contest Results


In the late 2000s, Anthony Gatto created a series of challenges where jugglers could create 30-second-long videos of themselves performing an unedited routine using a number and type of prop specified by Anthony. All of the videos had to be placed online by a certain date and then jugglers could vote on which video they thought was the best. The video with the most votes won.

Anthony Gatto

Last month we put out the call for submissions of a 30 second 5-ball video competition and received seven videos in the month that followed. The videos were judged by a committee of jugglers, including myself, who are obviously not participating in the challenge.

Below were the rules and prizes for the competition

Film yourself doing an unedited routine with 5 balls lasting no longer than 30 seconds. The video can be longer, but the actual routine must be no longer than half a minute. Then, post this video to Youtube (preferred) or another online platform where videos can be embedded into WordPress. If possible please make Youtube videos unlisted (not private). Then email me video links at davidcainjuggler@hotmail.com or via Facebook. You have one month from the publishing of this article to submit videos, but to not overwhelm the judges, only the first 20 entries will be accepted. The committee will then review and judge the videos and select a winner. All of the submitted videos will appear in a follow-up article which will also announce the winner. The jugglers submitting the top three videos will receive one year IJA Memberships. Second place will also receive a $40 IJA Store gift certificate and the winner will receive an $80 IJA Store gift certificate.

Below you can see the submitted videos in the order that they were received.

Maximilian Kuschmierz

Morgan Tyler

Felix Surbe

Luca Pferdmenges

Jared Davis

Domenyk La Terra


Spencer Androli

And the winner is Spencer Androli. Congrats. You will be contacted regarding your prizes. Thanks to everyone who entered. 2nd place was Maximilian Kuschmierz and third place was Luca Pferdmenges.


David Cain is a professional juggler, juggling historian, and the owner of the world's only juggling museum, the Museum of Juggling History. He is a Guinness world record holder and 15 time IJA gold medalist. In addition to his juggling pursuits, David is a successful composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and singer as well as the author of twenty-six books. He and his children live in Middletown, OH (USA).

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