How do you start speed stacking?
Place right hand around side of top cup and left hand around side of bottom left cup. Slide top cup in right hand down over bottom right cup. Bring cup in left hand up, over and down on to middle cup, and… Voila!
Who is the best speed stacker?
For the first time in stacking history, Malaysia takes the Overall Cycle World Record! Stacker, Chan Keng Ian, broke the previous world record of 4.813 seconds with a new time of 4.753, making this the 7th official Cycle stacked in under five seconds.
Is speed stacking a sport?
Sport stacking, also known as cup stacking or speed stacking, is an individual and team sport that involves stacking 9 or 12 (usually 12) specially designed cups in pre-determined sequences as fast as possible. The cups are specially designed to allow for speedier times.
How many cups come with speed stacks?
Speed Stacks are 12 specially designed high-tech Sport Stacking cups endorsed by the World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA) for competition.
What is the fastest speed stacks record?
At the SPEED STACKS Asian Championship Challenge Final on September 16th, 2018, Hyeon Jong Choi of South Korea set a new 3-3-3 world record with a time of 1.327 seconds. This new world record betters his previous world record of 1.335 by 0.008 seconds.
Who invented speed stacking?
Wayne Godinet, a Samoan-American from Oceanside, is widely credited with turning cup stacking into a sport. He was a director at the Boys & Girls Club, and, one day back in 1981, he took a stack of Dixie cups and told the children to stack them in a pyramid, then run and touch a wall, come back and stack them again.
Who invented speed stack?
In 1998, elementary school PE teacher Bob Fox and his wife Jill started our company, Speed Stacks in their basement because they believed that what was then called cup stacking could one day be a real sport.
What is the world record for speed stacking 3 6 3?
The fastest sport stacking individual 3-6-3 stack is 1.713 seconds, and was achieved by Chan Keng Ian (Malaysia) in Nilai, Malaysia, on 23 August 2018. Chan Keng Ian broke the record at the NS MesaMall Sport Stacking Championships, in his home country Malaysia beating the previous record of 1.746 seconds.