Gentry Stein dropped this short video showing off why he’s one of the most-watched players in today’s scene. Can’t wait to see more!
YoYo used is the Protostar.
“Toy” is a documentary starring Anthony Rojas. We teamed up together in another great short, this time to tell the perspective of what yo-yoing is, and how is is seen through the eyes of a champion. The film goes to show the artistic side of a common toy, which is often overlooked or not understood by the normal spectator.
– Grant Johnson
BRYAN FIGUEROA New Promo Video showcasing the Fiesta XX by YoYoJam.
This video represents a new chapter in Marcus’s yo-yoing history. What’s next for him? What are his plans for the yo-yo world in the future? Only time will tell, stay tuned to http://www.marcuskoh.com/
Ibrahim Rahman, better known as IBS, gives us Basement Session #1. Stellar!
Great new video from Duncan Crew Singapore’s Fajar Siddiq.
Stellar video from CLYW player Alec Campbell…this is how it’s done! This video also marks Alec’s one-year anniversary on the CLYW team. Congratulations, Alec!
YoYoFactory demonstrator Ann Connolly had a great appearance on Australian television..well worth a look!
This is GOLD! Duncan Crew’s one and only Takeshi Kamisato is known for being pretty awesome at skateboarding, but other than a couple of tricks on yo-yo clips, we rarely see him ride. Takeshi has, however, dug up this VHS gem! That’s right, Takeshi was already much more awesome than everyone else 20 years ago!
The YoyoFactory duo Luis Enrique and Paul Kerbel finished on top at this year’s Mexico National Contest, held yesterday. Luis Enrique came out on top, followed by Paul and Duncan Crew’s Alan Grimberg.
We’ll post more detailed results as they become available!
The Pacific Northwest Regional contest was held yesterday in Seattle, WA, and Team YoyoFactory took home no less than three of the four titles!
Gentry Stein winning 1A and Miguel Correa in 5A come as no surprise, but 2A was won by none other than two-time World 1A champion Yuuki Spencer! 3A winner was YoyoJam’s Yoshi Mikamoto, and 4A was won by Zach Rubino.