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Here’s a quick video with a couple of sweet tricks from John Wolfe. That dude is good at yoyoing.
Yoyo used is the Recess Joyride.
Check out a great highlights reel from the 2018 Brazilian National YoYo Contest! The Brazilian yoyo scene has always had a ton of talent and creativity, and it’s always great to peek in on what they’re up to.
Emil Wójcik drops a stunning new video for Smashing YoYos, filled with unique tricks that perfectly bridge the gap between old school and new. Tons of smooth lines and big movements, while still throwing in a degree of tech difficulty that keeps you guessing. Crazy good!
Yoyo used is the Scales Collective x Smashing YoYo Company Float.
Andy Jones is the best thing to come out of Sheffield since 3/4 of Def Leppard. Congrats to him on being picked up by Smashing YoYos, and congrats to Smashing on gaining a great player!
Yoyo used is the Smashing YoYos x Scales Collective Float.
Check out full results, scoring breakdowns, and video from the 2018 Northeast Regional YoYo Contest!
1A Division – First Place – Keiran Cooper
2A Division – First Place – Oliver Neuscheuz
3A Division – First Place – Stuart White
4A Division – First Place – Ryan Connolly
5A Division – First Place – Ben Alexander
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Check out full results, scoring breakdowns, and video of the winners from the 2018 Mideast Regional YoYo Contest!
1A Division – 1st Place – Michael Stecz
2A Division – 1st Place – Yu Tsumura
4A Division – First Place – Philip White
5A Division – First Place – Jared Marcus
Check out full results, scoring breakdowns, and video of the winners from the 2018 Midwest Regional YoYo Contest!
1A Division – First Place – Connor Seals
2A Division – First Place – Justin Perez
3A Division – First Place – Andrew Lim
4A Division – First Place – Elijah Stroot
5A Division – First Place – Jared Marcus
1A Amateur Division – 1st Place – Levi White
We’ve got video of the winners from the 2018 Korean National YoYo Contest. Looks like a nice bunch of contenders for the upcoming 2018 World YoYo Contest in China…hope to see all of these players in Shanghai!
1A Division – First Place – Park Woo Chan
2A Division – 1st Place – Jeong Hyung Jun
3A Division – 1st Place – Yu Hui Won
4A Division – First Place – Lee Sun Swon
5A Division – First Place – Lee Sueng Yoon
Congrats to Hunter Feuerstein on officially moving up to the YoYoFactory Contest Team! Check out the full statement from YoYoFactory below. Great job, Hunter!
Hunter Feuerstein graduated SHUTTER CREW and was immediately presented with the opportunity to join the YoYofactory Contest Team. Hunter is the first Graduate to be offered a spot on the Team and we proud to announce he accepted!
Hunter has been a prolific traveller this season making it out to PNWR, NWR and just this weekend he put down his best freestyle to date at MWR taking 2nd place amongst a talented field. If he were a horse we would say he is just coming into form for the big race, the race being USA nationals. We would also say he is quite small for a horse.
Congrats on the MWR result and heres to a bright future on the team!
Pretty amazing to see a quadruple team announcement from yoyoing.ru! Enjoy some really good yoyoing from Leonid Nemchik, Lazar Medvedev, Sergey Bukanov, and Levon Chatian.
June 6th is known across the world as International Yo-Yo Day, but tonight we have something even more precious to celebrate. Four new names are announced to join the team we value the most, marking the biggest yoyoing.ru expansion in the last decade. Through the years we witnessed these players becoming the strongest representatives of modern Russian yo-yo scene; we were proud to see them growing into National champions, developing their own styles and mastering the play – and wish them to become a part of something bigger. Tonight four of our closest friends became teammates we are eager to share the future with. We highly recommend watching this in 4K – and don’t forget to drop us a like, comment this video and subscribe for more videos, that helps us a lot!
Ivan Maslin revisits Lednice, the site of EYYC 2018, and drops a beautifully shot video filled with really nice tech tricks.
Yoyo used is the CLYW Chief.
Congratulations to Shion Araya on winning the 1A Division of the 2018 Japan National YoYo Contest! Check out full results and video of the top 5 winners below.
1st Place – Shion Araya
2nd Place – Hirotaka Akiba
3rd Place – Ryuichi Nakamura
4th Place – Ayumu Harada
5th Place – Izuru Hasumi