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: [http://juggling.tv/15506 Video] (at 1:30): 4 club turnovers
 
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===World records===
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== World records ==
 
Slapback [[World records|world records]] with publicly available video evidence:
 
Slapback [[World records|world records]] with publicly available video evidence:
*4 clubs: 39 catches by [[Kenny Cheung]] in 2016 ([https://www.facebook.com/kennyjuggling/videos/vb.343254422506994/583983511767416/ video] at 0:08)
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*4 clubs: 135 catches by [[Kotaro Minami]] in 2020 ([https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8oYWlAhAMY video])
 
*5 clubs: 31 catches by [[Iver Tronstad]] in 2013 ([http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbv3Ojtxn5E#t=2m40s video])
 
*5 clubs: 31 catches by [[Iver Tronstad]] in 2013 ([http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbv3Ojtxn5E#t=2m40s video])
 
*6 clubs: 6 catches by [[Eivind Dragsjø]] in 2016 ([http://ezine.juggle.org/2016/11/28/corrections-a-juggling-film-by-lewis-kennedy-haavard-hvidsten/ video] at 9:15)
 
*6 clubs: 6 catches by [[Eivind Dragsjø]] in 2016 ([http://ezine.juggle.org/2016/11/28/corrections-a-juggling-film-by-lewis-kennedy-haavard-hvidsten/ video] at 9:15)
 
Unverified claims:
 
Unverified claims:
 
*3 clubs: 10 minutes by [[Ameron Rosvall]] in 2008 ([http://www.juggling-records.com/pattern.php?p=198 claim])
 
*3 clubs: 10 minutes by [[Ameron Rosvall]] in 2008 ([http://www.juggling-records.com/pattern.php?p=198 claim])
*4 clubs: 40 catches by [[Felix Sürbe]] in 2018 ([https://www.jugglingedge.com/records.php?PropNumber=4&PropType=c&Trick=ftn%2Bslp claim])
 
 
[[Category:Patterns]]
 
[[Category:Patterns]]
 
[[Category:Trick catches]]
 
[[Category:Trick catches]]

Latest revision as of 21:06, January 17, 2020

Slap is Back

Slap is Back

Slapback tricks by Iver Tronstad

2012 IJA Tutorial Contest 3 Club Slap-Backs

2012 IJA Tutorial Contest 3 Club Slap-Backs

3 club slapback tutorial

Slapbacks are a trick where the clubs are under-rotated so that the shell end lands in your hand, and instead of catching the shell, you slap it to make the club rotate back in the other direction and catch it on the handle. Slapbacks were first performed by Bob Dupont in the 1940s.

Turnovers are a variation of this trick where you catch a club on the shell, then make it do a quick half rotation in the normal direction and catch it again on the handle.

Video (at 1:30): 4 club turnovers

World records Edit

Slapback world records with publicly available video evidence:

Unverified claims:

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