A run is an instance of juggling, from the time the juggler starts throwing until the juggler stops juggling by collecting or dropping. According to the rules and definitions of JISCON, a run ending with a drop is considered to end as soon as the last catch is made before dropping, so any catches made after missing a catch are not counted in official world records.

A qualifying run is a run of at least twice as many catches as there are objects being juggled. A run with no drops is called a clean run.

Running a pattern means keeping it going for a relatively long time. The world record for the longest run of any juggling pattern is 12 hours and 5 minutes of 3 balls by David Slick.

7clubOFF WR

7clubOFF WR

7 club run by Anthony Gatto

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