Rewind dropped a new player promo video, this one featuring C3YoYoDesign’s newest team member in Poland, Grzegorz “Plamek” Wojcik. This guy is a machine…all speed and precision and always worth watching. Enjoy!
Archives for June 19, 2013
In his most ambitious edit yet, Colin Sander returns to elite kendama play. He also shares the story of the ‘Mugen’ Kendama, and it’s creator Kazuma Iwata, with never before seen footage from japanese-television vaults.
Edit 9 also grants an in-depth look into the sander training-grounds, and the rare kendamas he plays there. With newly invented tricks, and a history lesson for even the most knowledgeable kendama-buffs, Colin’s long awaited return to the solo-edit format looks to amaze.
Gorillaz – Stop the Dams
Ball Of Flame Shoot Fire – Keep House
Gorillaz – California and the slipping of the sun
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2009 World YoYo Champion Shinya Kido has joined C3YoYoDesign, and today they’ve released a new video to show off his upcoming signature model, the Krown. Great tricks from Shinya-san, and congratulations again to C3YoYoDesign on a fantastic addition to their team!
The world’s greatest independent yo-yo contest, 44CLASH, will not be held in 2013, according to a post on the official website.
Regarding holding 44CLASH
We have decided not to hold 44CLASH this year.
We would like to apologize to everyone who was looking forward to attending, and we appreciate your understanding in this matter.
44CLASH became the most prestigious international contest in the past few years, thanks to some of the greatest names in yoyoing taking part in the contest. Last year Russia had its own 44CLASH, and some expected the franchise to grow even further this year.
Let’s hope this is just a temporary hiatus!
The fine folks at the Saint Petersburg YoYo School have released a new video called “YoYo Almanac 1”, featuring guest spots from an international all-star list of yoyo players!
Just found this on Instructables.com…it’s a free file for you to download and use to 3D print your own unresponsive yoyo! The MakerYo uses a standard size bearing and it appears to use the usual 19mm pads. Just need a threaded rod for the axle and you’re ready to go!
No idea how well this will play since home 3D printing is still very much in its infancy, but what a great concept! When home 3D printing really does come in to its own, I can’t wait to see open source yoyo companies selling print files online for their designs. GO, THE FUTURE!
Click below to download the file and try it yourself!