Check out the latest video from SLVRANDBLK, shot during the after-party for the 2017 European YoYo Championship in Bratislava.
The CLYW team got together at the 2017 European YoYo Championship in Bratislava, Slovakia for all the usual stuff…yoyo tricks, laughing, arm wrestling, yoyo tricks, drinking beverages, dance parties, hangovers, and more yoyo tricks. Always amazing.
Featuring Andrew Maider, Petr Kavka, Palli Gudmundsson, Nuu Gatowsky, David Kreibich, Tomas Vyletel, and Alec Campbell.
Ann Connolly brings is a great look at the first day of the 2017 European YoYo Championship, held in Bratislava. If you couldn’t make it to the contest, this is a great look at what you missed. If you did make it to the contest, here’s a great excuse to reminisce.
Check out full results, scoring breakdowns, and video of the winners from the 2017 European YoYo Championship!
1st Place – Tal Mordoch (Israel)
2nd Place – Konstantin Tudjarov (Bulgaria)
3rd Place – Janos Karancz (Hungary)
1A Open Division
1st Place – Evan Nagao (United States)
2nd Place – Andrew Maider (United States)
3rd Place – Colin Beckford (United States)
1st Place – Clement Bertaux (France)
1st Place – Stephen Langley (UK)
1st Place – Quentin Godet (France)
1st Place – Victor Kollar (Hungary)
1st Place – Veronika Kamenska (Czech Republic)
1A Junior Division
1st Place – Dan Boura
The folks at Thrower Worldwide put together their EYYC video, and it’s got everything you want: yoyo players throwing yoyo tricks at a huge yoyo contest! With appearances by Hank Freeman, Alec Campbell, Tessa Piccillo, Igor Galiev, John Ando, and more!
You know it’s a good contest when the highlight videos just keep. on. coming!
Check out the latest “I went to EYYC and it was awesome” video, this one from Josh Ciczlow featuring a bunch of GoPro footage that is rough and delightful to watch. The lack of polish on this video actually makes it feel a bit more like you’re clutching a beer and stumbling through the contest yourself, which is pretty cool.
I’m so jealous of everyone who got to attend the 2016 European YoYo Championship this year…it was another fantastic event, run by great people, filled with amazing players. But luckily there have been a slew of great EYYC recap videos (like this one from Jeffrey Pang) and now my homies at CLYW have dropped this fantastic bit of video showing off some amazing tricks and good times. I really need to get out to more contests.
The CLYW team is scattered across eight countries and three continents, so when they get together it’s filled with laughter, camaraderie, great tricks, and good times.
A huge chunk of the team converged on Prague for the 2016 European YoYo Championship. They had a great time. Featuring Petr Kavka, Tessa Piccillo, Palli Gudmundsson, Alec Campbell, Riccardo Fraolini, Ayumu Harada and Nuu Gatowsky. Special guest appearances by Eiji Okuyama, Jake Mulvey and David Stejskal.
(And here’s a Vimeo version…a few people reported problems viewing the YouTube version on mobile.)
This is not a drill, we have a new two minutes worth of tricks from John Ando!!
Filmed during EYYC 2016, this new video should give you a full year’s worth of inspiration. “New Ando video” is on my evergreen list of “Top Five Things You Want To Wake Up To”, along with “Winning Lottery Ticket” and three things I won’t post online. What a fantastic day. Thank you, Joe Black.
Yoyo used is the YoYoFactory Superstar.
Jeffrey Pang never disappoints. Doesn’t matter if we are talking about contest videos, 3D printed yoyos, or the most glorious titanium yoyo releases we’ve ever seen, if you want something done right then you hand it to Jeffrey Pang.
Which brings us to Jeffrey’s latest video, his recap of the 2016 European YoYo Championship. The quality of the footage, the clean editing, the choice of shots….if you want to know how to make a yoyo video, watch this and take notes!
We’ve got another recap video from the 2016 European YoYo Championship, with a totally different look and feel and it’s fantastic to get a truly first-hand look at how different the contest looks to different people. Stay up all night, pound a few beverages, watch them both back-to-back, and then maybe you’ll have a 20% idea of what it was like to be there.
Nothing like a fantastic contest recap video to really make you wish you’d been there, right? Roland Thomas-Biason brings us this amazing 10-minute love letter to the 2016 European YoYo Championship, and it’s going to be the highlight of your day.
The first day of the 2016 European YoYo Championship has ended, and we have scoring breakdowns and the list of players who will advance to tomorrow’s final round! Congratulations to everyone who competed, and to the organizers on an incredibly well put-together event.
Don’t forget to tune in to the live stream tomorrow for Finals in all divisions! Click HERE for the live stream and full schedule.
1A Division – Semi Final Results
Below are the full scoring breakdowns for 1A Semi Finals. The top 14 players will advance to finals, and last years champion, Jakub Dekan, is seeded to finals.
1A Junior Freestyle
1st Place – Sebastian Holzkamp
2nd Place – Lukas Panek
3rd Place – Alessandro Pulese
The 2016 European YoYo Championship happens this weekend, and you can watch all the action live online!
Check out the stream above, and the full schedule below. All times mentioned above are in Prague / GMT +1 time zone. TIME ZONE CONVERTER
10:00 – venue opens | registration starts
11:00 – registration ends | 1A Wildcard round
12:00 – 14:00 – Meet & Greet + Autograph Session
13:45 – Junior WildCard Round
15:00 – 4A, 5A & Open, Women’s Qualification (if applicable)
16:20 – 1A Semifinals
18:30 – Junior Finals
19:00 – SpinTop Finals
19:45 – Junior & SpinTop Awards Ceremony
20:00 – Afterparty @ the Archa Bar
22:00 – 1A Finalists Announcement
11:00 – Main hall opens
11:20 – AP Finals
11:40 – 2A Finals
12:00 – 3A Finals
13:00 – Open Finals
14:00 – 5A Finals
15:00 – Women’s Finals
16:30 – 4A Finals
18:00 – 1A Finals
Raffle & YoyoFactory King Of EYYC, Shaqler
20:20 – Awards Ceremony
21:00 – Afterparty @ Rock Cafe (alternative freestyle & other fun games)
Time Schedule is a subject to change! Divisions can be replaced, times may change! All the contestants should be ready for their division 45 minutes before they start.