Juggler’s Scoop – May 21th, 2013

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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!

–  Cody Harrington showcases his technical juggling abilities in Cody Harrington 8.

–  Alex Barron siteswaps away in the garden and sets a new 13 ball world record.

–  The Vulcan Crew takes to the stage for a partner poi routine from the HJF 2012.

–  The future is now with the advent of visual poi.

–  Eric Bates tumbles the lumber in his new cigar box video.

–  Kevin Axtell does some contact juggling training in Texas and gets excited about the Kinetic Fire Festival with some torches.

–  Jay Gilligan’s beat juggling sequencer Quantum is now out.  Watch him demonstrate his creation.  Gilligan also lectured on the evolution of juggling at a recent TEDx event.

–  Video of The Hopeless Throwmantics performance from the 2013 Humboldt Juggling Festival is online.

–  Viktor Kee has posted footage of his routine from the Monte Carlo Festival.

–  Pavel Evsukevich’s performance from the 2013 BJC is now online.

–  Gballz has just released the new Xe8 ball.

–  Results for the Top 20 Most Popular Jugglers of Chile 2012 have been posted.

–  Jen Slaw and Michael Karas just set the huggling world record on a morning news program.

–  Wes Peden has posted extracts from his 30 minute solo show online.

–  The Kikyo Brothers juggle glow clubs on stage in a recently posted routine.

–  On May 13th, Joe Salter set a new world record in one mile backwards joggling.

–  Jose Lima attempts to fight boredom, but is Too Lazy to Practice.

–  BuzzFeed profiles Major League Combat and chats with Jason Garfield.

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Nathan is a juggler from Southeast Michigan. He first learned to juggle in college, and has written for the website Streetjuggling.com. He previously served as Chairman of the IJA and also held various officer positions. When he is not frantically trying to learn new manipulation skills, he enjoys producing music, acting, and watching horror films.

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