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|Row 2 info = 10 [[Ball juggling|balls]] [[Flash|flashed]]<br/>
 
|Row 2 info = 10 [[Ball juggling|balls]] [[Flash|flashed]]<br/>
 
10 [[Ring juggling|rings]] [[Qualify|qualified]] (in competition)<br/>
 
10 [[Ring juggling|rings]] [[Qualify|qualified]] (in competition)<br/>
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12 rings qualified? ([http://web.archive.org/web/20050119061550/http://www.bogleg.com/records/members.php?juggler=91 claim])<br/>
 
13 rings flashed<br/>
 
13 rings flashed<br/>
14 rings flashed? ([http://www.jugglingdb.com/news/rightpane.php?group=1&id=50865 claim])<br/>
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14 rings flashed? ([https://groups.google.com/d/msg/rec.juggling/MkUy-vnrioI/bmKN3cTtXkYJ claim])<br/>
 
7 [[Club juggling|clubs]] qualified
 
7 [[Club juggling|clubs]] qualified
|image = File: Albert Lucas.jpg}}'''Albert Lucas''' (born in 1960) is an American juggler known for his [[Numbers juggling|numbers juggling]] with [[Ring juggling|rings]], juggling while ice skating, and promoting the sport of [[Joggling|joggling]].<ref name=wikipedia>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Lucas</ref> He is the only person to have [[Flash|flashed]] 13 [[Ring juggling|rings]],<ref name=jiscon>http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html</ref> and the only person to have [[Qualify|qualified]] 10 objects in competition (he juggled 10 [[Ring juggling|rings]] for 20 catches in the [[Numbers juggling|numbers]] competitions at the [[IJA]] Summer [[Conventions|Festivals]] in 1996 and 2002.)<ref>http://www.juggle.org/history/numbersrecords.php</ref> Since 1988 the [[IJA]] has awarded the Lucas Cup, a trophy named after and designed by Albert Lucas, to the Individuals Stage champion each year.<ref>http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/40-3/40-3,p12.htm</ref>
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|image = File: Albert Lucas.jpg|caption = 13 [[Ring juggling|ring]] [[World records|world record]] holder}}'''Albert Lucas''' (born in 1960) is an American juggler known for his [[Numbers juggling|numbers juggling]], juggling while ice skating, and promoting the sport of [[Joggling|joggling]].<ref name=wikipedia>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Lucas</ref> He learned to juggle when he was three and started performing at age four.<ref>http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/48-2/48-2,p21.htm</ref> Albert is the only person who has [[Flash|flashed]] 13 rings,<ref name=jiscon>http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html</ref> and the only person who has [[Qualify|qualified]] 10 object [[Toss juggling|toss juggling]] in competition.<ref name=comp>http://www.juggle.org/history/numbersrecords.php</ref> Since 1988, the [[IJA]] has awarded the Lucas Cup, a trophy named after and designed by Albert Lucas, to the Individuals Stage champion each year.<ref>http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/40-3/40-3,p12.htm</ref>
   
Albert learned to juggle when he was three<ref>http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/48-2/48-2,p21.htm</ref> and started performing at age four in comedy clubs, small circuses and night clubs.<ref name=ice>http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/36-3/36-3,p17.htm</ref> From age 8 to 11 he toured with Liberace and then performed in Las Vegas.<ref name=ice/> From age 12 to 22, he traveled the world performing his juggling act on ice with the Ice Capades.<ref name=ice/> Albert spent several years performing in the ''Around the World on Ice'' show at Busch Gardens Theme Park.<ref>http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/45-3/45-3,p8.htm</ref> Albert has performed at both the NBA Finals and the NHL Stanley Cup Finals.<ref>http://airwolf.lmtonline.com/sports/archive/051504/pageb2.pdf</ref>
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===World records===
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Albert juggled 10 [[Ring juggling|rings]] for 20 catches in the [[Numbers juggling|numbers]] competitions at the [[IJA]] Summer [[Convention|Festivals]] in 1996<sup>([http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePlwhJwF5AA#t=28m32s video])</sup> and 2002. That is the current record for numbers juggling with rings in competition.<ref name="comp" /> It was also the [[World records|world record]] for 10 rings<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20000618075927/http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html</ref> until [[Anthony Gatto]] did 25 catches in 2000.<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20000818120347/http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html</ref> Albert quickly regained the record with 26 catches,<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20010815193101/http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html</ref> but Anthony broke it again in 2001 with 27 catches,<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20060930205531/http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html</ref><sup>([https://youtu.be/0euGQX7NBIs?t=13m57s video])</sup> and currently holds the world record for 10 rings with 47 catches.<ref>http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html</ref>
   
[[Kit Summers]]' 1987 book, ''Juggling with Finesse'', describes a [[Club juggling|club]] juggling trick where the [[Club juggling|clubs]] go between the legs from front to back with both feet on the floor. In his book, Kit named this trick after Albert Lucas, calling it "Alberts", because Albert was the first person he had seen doing that trick, although as Kit and Albert both acknowledged later, Albert was not the inventor of the trick<ref>http://books.google.com/books?ei=aVFhTcrrN43PgAfnsPzHAg&ct=result&id=WuQOAQAAMAAJ&dq=%22albert+lucas%22+ice+capades+-records&q=albert+lucas#search_anchor</ref><ref>http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/36-1/36-1,p4.htm</ref> (according to a [[Juggler's Bulletin]] [http://www.juggling.org/jb/jb38.html article] it was invented by [[Morris Cronin]]). Kit called a variation of this trick where the [[Club juggling|clubs]] go between the legs from back to front "[[Body throws|Treblas]]" ("Albert" spelled backwards).<ref>http://books.google.com/books?ei=aVFhTcrrN43PgAfnsPzHAg&ct=result&id=WuQOAQAAMAAJ&dq=%22albert+lucas%22+ice+capades+-records&q=trebla</ref> In 2000 [[Jason Garfield]], who disapproved of people giving Albert credit for a trick he didn't invent, introduced a new name for the trick, "crotch throws", and later the euphemism "[[Body throws|body throws]]".<ref>http://thewjfstore.com/workbook.php</ref>
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Albert became the second person after Anthony Gatto to [[Flash|flash]] 12 rings on video in 1996,<ref name="jiscon" /><ref>http://ezine.juggle.org/2014/12/03/juggling-firsts-part-three-rings-hoops-and-miscellaneous/</ref> and he is rumored to have qualified 12 rings.<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20050119061550/http://www.bogleg.com/records/members.php?juggler=91</ref>
   
[[Video:Albert Lucas 10 Ring Qualify|640px]]
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Albert flashed 7 rings in [[One-handed patterns|one hand]] on [https://www.facebook.com/kristian.wanvik/videos/10153626858006646/ video] in 2000. [[Willy Colombaioni]] surpassed this record in 2017.<sup>([https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3tyk4BybrE&t=3m26s video])</sup>
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In 2002, Albert flashed 13 rings in a synch 14 ring pattern: [https://jugglinglab.org/anim?pattern=(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,0)(eH,eH)(eH,eH)(eH,eH)(eH,eH)(eH,eH)(eH,eH)(eH,0H);prop=ring (e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,0)], [[Starts|starting]] with 8 rings in his hands and 5 in holsters. The video was validated by [[JISCON]]<ref name="jiscon" /> and shown to jugglers at the IJA festival in 2002.<ref name="flash">https://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.juggling/MkUy-vnrioI/discussion</ref>
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Albert has claimed to have flashed 14 rings on video, but he didn't want to share the video because it didn't show the whole pattern.<ref name="flash" /> He has attempted to set the record publicly at [[European Juggling Convention|EJC]] in 2000<ref>https://www.facebook.com/groups/JugglingRock/permalink/1065931483476406/?comment_id=1066340036768884&reply_comment_id=1067456596657228</ref><ref>https://www.facebook.com/kristian.wanvik/videos/10153626858006646/</ref> and on the BBC show ''Record Breakers'' in 2001.<ref>http://www.sporttaco.com/rec.juggling/Lucas_14_rings_almostvideo_3336.html</ref><ref>https://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.juggling/F9pn1xi4gw0/discussion</ref> In 2013, Albert showed a video of a 14 ring flash (with an edit in the middle) to jugglers at the [[Japan Juggling Festival]].<ref>https://www.facebook.com/groups/JugglingHome/permalink/1520949798129631/?comment_id=1521196401438304</ref>
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[[File:Albert Lucas 10 Ring Qualify|thumb|right|480px|Albert qualifying 10 rings at IJA 1996]]
   
===World records===
 
[[World records|Records]] verified by [[JISCON]]:<ref name=jiscon/>
 
*12 [[Ring juggling|rings]]: 12 catches in 1996, tied with [[Anthony Gatto]] (in 1993), [[Sam Hartford]] (record submitted to [[JISCON]] in 2010), and [[Lajos Nereus]] (in 2010)
 
*13 [[Ring juggling|rings]]: 13 catches in 2002 (in a sync 14 [[Ring juggling|ring]] pattern: [http://jugglinglab.sourceforge.net/siteswap.php?pattern=(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,0);prop=ring (e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,0)], starting with 8 [[Ring juggling|rings]] in his hands and 5 in holsters. The video was validated by [[JISCON]] and shown to jugglers at the [[IJA]] festival in 2002.)<ref name=flash>https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&fromgroups#!searchin/rec.juggling/New$20Record$20-$2013$20Ring$20Flash/rec.juggling/MkUy-vnrioI/DN_Zla0EMRYJ</ref>
 
Unverified claims:
 
*14 [[Ring juggling|rings]]: 14 catches (Albert claims to have a video of a 14 [[Ring juggling|ring]] flash, but he doesn't want to share the video because it doesn't show the whole pattern.<ref name=flash/> In 2001,<ref>https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&fromgroups#!searchin/rec.juggling/14$20rings$20*on$20film*$20!!!/rec.juggling/F9pn1xi4gw0/WowFpI8oB3oJ</ref> he tried to set the record publicly on the BBC show "Record Breakers", but gave up exhausted after trying 14 [[Ring juggling|rings]] over 60 times.)<ref>http://www.sporttaco.com/rec.juggling/Lucas_14_rings_almostvideo_3336.html</ref>
 
 
===Competitions===
 
===Competitions===
 
Albert won the following [[IJA]] competitions.<ref>http://www.juggle.org/champrules/championships.php</ref>
 
Albert won the following [[IJA]] competitions.<ref>http://www.juggle.org/champrules/championships.php</ref>
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*Numbers: Solo Rings
 
*Numbers: Solo Rings
   
*Joggling: 100 meters - 5 balls
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*Joggling: 5 ball 100 meters
   
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===Alberts===
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[[Kit Summers]]' 1987 book, ''[[Juggling with Finesse]]'', describes a [[Club juggling|club juggling]] trick where the clubs go between the legs from front to back while both feet stay on the ground. In his book, Kit named this trick after Albert Lucas, calling it "Alberts", because Albert was the first person he had seen doing that trick, although Albert was not the inventor of the trick.<ref>http://books.google.com/books?ei=aVFhTcrrN43PgAfnsPzHAg&ct=result&id=WuQOAQAAMAAJ&dq=%22albert+lucas%22+ice+capades+-records&q=albert+lucas#search_anchor</ref><ref>http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/36-1/36-1,p4.htm</ref><ref>http://www.juggling.org/jb/jb38.html</ref> Kit called a variation of this trick where the clubs go between the legs from back to front "Treblas" ("Trebla" is "Albert" spelled backwards).<ref>http://books.google.com/books?ei=aVFhTcrrN43PgAfnsPzHAg&ct=result&id=WuQOAQAAMAAJ&dq=%22albert+lucas%22+ice+capades+-records&q=trebla</ref> In 2000 [[Jason Garfield]], who disapproved of people giving Albert credit for a trick he didn't invent, introduced a new name for the trick, "crotch throws", and later the euphemism "[[Body throws|body throws]]".<ref>http://www.thewjfstore.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=63&product_id=76</ref>
 
===References===
 
===References===
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[[Category:Jugglers]]
 
[[Category:Jugglers]]
 
[[Category:Performers]]
 
[[Category:Performers]]
 
[[Category:World record holders]]
 
[[Category:World record holders]]
 
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Latest revision as of 20:29, April 16, 2019

Albert Lucas
Albert Lucas
13 ring world record holder

Website

www.isjf.org

Highest numbers juggled

10 balls flashed
10 rings qualified (in competition)
12 rings qualified? (claim)
13 rings flashed
14 rings flashed? (claim)
7 clubs qualified

 Albert Lucas (born in 1960) is an American juggler known for his numbers juggling, juggling while ice skating, and promoting the sport of joggling.[1] He learned to juggle when he was three and started performing at age four.[2] Albert is the only person who has flashed 13 rings,[3] and the only person who has qualified 10 object toss juggling in competition.[4] Since 1988, the IJA has awarded the Lucas Cup, a trophy named after and designed by Albert Lucas, to the Individuals Stage champion each year.[5]

World recordsEdit

Albert juggled 10 rings for 20 catches in the numbers competitions at the IJA Summer Festivals in 1996(video) and 2002. That is the current record for numbers juggling with rings in competition.[4] It was also the world record for 10 rings[6] until Anthony Gatto did 25 catches in 2000.[7] Albert quickly regained the record with 26 catches,[8] but Anthony broke it again in 2001 with 27 catches,[9](video) and currently holds the world record for 10 rings with 47 catches.[10]

Albert became the second person after Anthony Gatto to flash 12 rings on video in 1996,[3][11] and he is rumored to have qualified 12 rings.[12]

Albert flashed 7 rings in one hand on video in 2000. Willy Colombaioni surpassed this record in 2017.(video)

In 2002, Albert flashed 13 rings in a synch 14 ring pattern: (e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,e)(e,0), starting with 8 rings in his hands and 5 in holsters. The video was validated by JISCON[3] and shown to jugglers at the IJA festival in 2002.[13]

Albert has claimed to have flashed 14 rings on video, but he didn't want to share the video because it didn't show the whole pattern.[13] He has attempted to set the record publicly at EJC in 2000[14][15] and on the BBC show Record Breakers in 2001.[16][17] In 2013, Albert showed a video of a 14 ring flash (with an edit in the middle) to jugglers at the Japan Juggling Festival.[18]

Albert Lucas 10 Ring Qualify

Albert Lucas 10 Ring Qualify

Albert qualifying 10 rings at IJA 1996

CompetitionsEdit

Albert won the following IJA competitions.[19]

1970:

  • Numbers competition (7 rings for 61 seconds, at age 10)[20]

1984:

  • Stage: Individuals
  • Numbers: 7 objects
  • Numbers: 5 clubs
  • Numbers Challenge: Rings
  • Joggling: 100 meters

1988:

  • Joggling: Men's 1 mile

1994:

  • Joggling: Men's 100 meters
  • Joggling: Men's 1 mile

1996:

  • Numbers: Solo Rings
  • Joggling: Men's 100 meters
  • Joggling: Men's 1 mile

2000:

  • Joggling: 100 meters
  • Joggling: 400 meters

2002:

  • Numbers: Solo Rings
  • Joggling: 5 ball 100 meters

AlbertsEdit

Kit Summers' 1987 book, Juggling with Finesse, describes a club juggling trick where the clubs go between the legs from front to back while both feet stay on the ground. In his book, Kit named this trick after Albert Lucas, calling it "Alberts", because Albert was the first person he had seen doing that trick, although Albert was not the inventor of the trick.[21][22][23] Kit called a variation of this trick where the clubs go between the legs from back to front "Treblas" ("Trebla" is "Albert" spelled backwards).[24] In 2000 Jason Garfield, who disapproved of people giving Albert credit for a trick he didn't invent, introduced a new name for the trick, "crotch throws", and later the euphemism "body throws".[25]

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Lucas
  2. http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/48-2/48-2,p21.htm
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html
  4. 4.0 4.1 http://www.juggle.org/history/numbersrecords.php
  5. http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/40-3/40-3,p12.htm
  6. http://web.archive.org/web/20000618075927/http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html
  7. http://web.archive.org/web/20000818120347/http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html
  8. http://web.archive.org/web/20010815193101/http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html
  9. http://web.archive.org/web/20060930205531/http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html
  10. http://www.juggling.org/records/records.html
  11. http://ezine.juggle.org/2014/12/03/juggling-firsts-part-three-rings-hoops-and-miscellaneous/
  12. http://web.archive.org/web/20050119061550/http://www.bogleg.com/records/members.php?juggler=91
  13. 13.0 13.1 https://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.juggling/MkUy-vnrioI/discussion
  14. https://www.facebook.com/groups/JugglingRock/permalink/1065931483476406/?comment_id=1066340036768884&reply_comment_id=1067456596657228
  15. https://www.facebook.com/kristian.wanvik/videos/10153626858006646/
  16. http://www.sporttaco.com/rec.juggling/Lucas_14_rings_almostvideo_3336.html
  17. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.juggling/F9pn1xi4gw0/discussion
  18. https://www.facebook.com/groups/JugglingHome/permalink/1520949798129631/?comment_id=1521196401438304
  19. http://www.juggle.org/champrules/championships.php
  20. http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/48-2/48-2,p21.htm
  21. http://books.google.com/books?ei=aVFhTcrrN43PgAfnsPzHAg&ct=result&id=WuQOAQAAMAAJ&dq=%22albert+lucas%22+ice+capades+-records&q=albert+lucas#search_anchor
  22. http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/36-1/36-1,p4.htm
  23. http://www.juggling.org/jb/jb38.html
  24. http://books.google.com/books?ei=aVFhTcrrN43PgAfnsPzHAg&ct=result&id=WuQOAQAAMAAJ&dq=%22albert+lucas%22+ice+capades+-records&q=trebla
  25. http://www.thewjfstore.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=63&product_id=76
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