YoYoFactory Russia team member Victor Gravitsky drops banger after banger in this new point-of-view video. And first person 2A looks kinda terrifying, if you were wondering.
Victor Gravitsky you guys, dropping bombs all over the place. Great style…his tricks are just so cleanly built and executed, they look more like animation than actual tricks. So good!
Here’s a quick little burst of goodness you might have missed on Instagram! Remember to post your videos with the hashtag #trickcircle so we can find them!
JonRob reminding everyone why he’s the GOAT. Check out that moment where the counterweight lays over his forearm and he slides it down to his wrist…that is ^&*$%&^ golden.
Big, flowy slack moves and string rejections never get old. Thanks to Igor Galiev for bringing us this one from Victor Gravitsky.
…and as usual, Riccardo Fraolini wins everything. Damn, dude.
Russia’s Perfect Elements crew have teamed up again with Turning Point for a new video, and the results are mind-blowing. There is so much talent crammed into this video! Featuring Jano Meboniya, Victor Gravitsky, Igor Galiev, Kentaro Kimura, and Igor Vishnyakov.
Yoyoing.ru, the main lifestyle blog for the yoyo scene in Russia, has revealed their 2014 team of players – in order of appearance: Victor Gravitsky, Mikhail Baklanov, Yan Saveliev, Dmitriy Borisov, Denis Sudarchikov, Artem Sadriev, Evgeniy Kochergin, Andrey Glukhov, Vladimir Glazkov – and Igor Korzhev, who sadly missed the shoot date.
Congrats to everyone who made the 2014 team…hope to see you all at EYYC!
Victor Gravitsky shows off his signature edition ProtoStar in this new video by Igor Galiev. Victor’s got such a smooth, easy style to his play that it’s just fun to watch. Nice work!
YoYoFactory presents the 2nd wave of Champions Collection signature model yoyos. They’ve put together a great range of Yo-Yos, from the bright pink Paul Han ONEstar to the silky matte black Miguel Correa Genesis+. They have new, original models like the machined plastic Severe for Tyler Severance, Harold Owen III’s H.O.T.or the game changing Shu Takada Loop1080. They’ve even brought on a new twist on a classic with the Victor Gravitsky Protostar, as well as a new yo-yo with an old friend, the Proton with Kentaro Kimura.
Check out YoYoFactory’s individual posts of each model for the full story on each model, plus specs and detailed photos. Expect the YoYoFactory Champions Collection to hit YoYoExpert around the 1st week of December!
Team YoyoFactory Russia’s Victor Gravitsky maintained his 1A dominance in Russia and scored yet another title in Moscow yesterday. The ever-growing Russian scene held its 6th national contest over the weekend, including a strong open international division.
In 1A, right behind champion Gravitsky were Aero-Yo’s Sergey Bukanov and Cold Metal Strike Force’s Dron Glukhov. The Aero team also got first place in 3A with Stepan Kosintsev, and 4A with Rodion Sigov. 5A winner was this year’s EYYC runner-up Alexey Nemchik, also from team Cold Metal (thanks, RSFSR).
The open international division saw Singaporean World Champion Marcus Koh from Turning Point win the title, followed by YoyoFactory’ Augie Fash (USA) and Duncan Crew’s Kohta Watanabe (Japan).
Check out some clips from the contest, courtesy of 9.8 Yo-yos.