Congratulations to Shu Takada, the 2019 World YoYo Champion in the Art + Performance Division! Takada also won the Artistic Award in the event.
The gang’s all here for this new video from SF YoYos to celebrate the release of their first plastic yoyo, called appropriately “PLSTC”.
The SF YoYos PLSTC hits YoYoExpert soon. In the meantime, check out the specs below and watch this video like 17 or 18 more times.
SF YoYos PLSTC Specs:
Weight: 64 grams
Response: 19mm Slim Pad
Bearing: Size C
Check out video of the Top Three winners from the 1A Division of the 2019 US National YoYo Contest!
2019 US 1A Champion – Gentry Stein
2019 US Nationals 1A – 2nd Place – Connor Seals
2019 US Nationals 1A – 3rd Place – Chandler Steele
Tyler Severance from Recess Intl. delivers a great tutorial on some classic pro player binds. This is a terrific resource for beginner to intermediate players looking to deepen their freestyles a bit, or for advanced players who just never got around to learning them!
Yoyo used is the Recess First Base.
Check out full results and video of the winners from the 2019 Singapore National YoYo Contest! Congrats to all who competed!
1A Division Champion – Xavier Ng
2A Division Champion – Lee Wei Ting
3A Division Champion – Thawhir Iqbal
4A Division Champion – Lim Aik Hwee
5A Division Champion – Kenneth Bay
C3yoyodesign has announced a new signature yoyo for World Champion Sora Ishikawa, the Innovation Extreme (IX for short). Designed with a swappable spacer system, the IX is a versatile “all around” player, and works great for 1A, 3A, 4A, and 5A! Available soon as part of C3’s big 10th Anniversary celebration…more release info as soon as we have it. In the meantime, check out video of Sora and other C3 team members using the new IX below, as well as full specs.
C3yoyodesign Innovation Extreme Specs:
Trapeze Width: 62mm
3 Types of Spacers
1A/3A: 4.36mm (Black)
5A: 4.26mm (Purple)
4A: 2.12mm (Silver)
For anyone who thinks that modern 1A yoyo play has gotten stale, I present Exhibit A for the defense. Kyle Nations and Doc Pop teamed up for a pretty incredible video of modern responsive 1A play and honestly after watching this I’m running for my wood yoyos to see how many of these tricks I can figure out. So good!!
Congrats to SF on picking up Matyáš Držmíšek, and congrats to Matyáš on the new sponsorship!
Matyáš is one of the best up and coming players in the Czech Republic/probably the world and Tony is his biggest fan. He was probably more excited to offer him a team spot in person than Matyáš was to get on the team. They made this ridiculously adorable video with the moment, the hug, and the Christmas Day unboxing vibes. Excited to see him continue to create dense and visually appealing tricks for 1000 more years.
Yoyo used is the SF Statement.
Congratulations to all the winners of the 2019 Korea National YoYo Contest! Check out full results, scoring breakdowns, and video of the winners below.
1A Division – First Place – Kim Mir
2A Division – First Place – Song Hyun Seo
3A Division – First Place – Oh Jiho
4A Division – First Place – Oh Jiho
5A Division – First Place – Lee Seung Yoon
5x Philippine National Champion and 2x Asia-Pacific Champion Bryan Jardin has teamed up with Kuma Films for a gorgeous look at counterweight yoyoing. What a great way to wind down 5A May, huh?
Yoyo used is the Duncan Toys Origami.
Check some solid play from this up-and-coming player from Viet Nam…looking good, man!
World YoYo Champion Marcus Koh gives us a great one-throw video…these never get old! It’s always fantastic to see what a top-level player can do on a single throw.
Yoyo used is the Throw Revolution Trident.
Here is the comment that Connor Seals left on YouTube for this video: “Watching players like Ryoya lowers my self esteem.” That pretty much says it all. Amazing, amazing, amazing.
Yoyo used is the UNPRLD Recognition.