Convention Calendar A really good overview of juggling convention dates – but still a work in progress. You can submit your convention, though!
Volleyclub is a club juggling game a little similar to beach volleyball. This page explains all the rules in German but includes rules and tournament modes as English language downloads!
Fight Night Combat Three club combat is the juggling sport with only one simple rule: The last person juggling wins! Invented by Bob Carr in 2004, Fight Night Combat is a one on one battle where juggling truly becomes not just a sport, but a spectator sport! Luke Burrage made Fight Night into today´s professional sport with a world rank list and it´s own web page.
PassingWIKI Lots of passing patterns for 2 and more people. Mostly shown with diagrams (no video).
Passing database A site by Jean-Baptiste Hurteaux in English or French language giving advice on learning to pass, patterns and feeds. There are also videos and animations for many of the patterns.
Kaskade This used to be THE European Juggling magazine in print. Due to high printing costs and less demand, it was discontinued in 2014 but there´s still an archive of old issues. All articles are available in English and German. For Juli, this magazine was the entry ticket to the world of being a juggler.
Wikipedia 'Siteswap' Introductory reading on Siteswap as well as several links to nice articles and scientific papers
Siteswap dice A nice invention by Guido van Hout, siteswap dice can be downloaded and used to discover new siteswap patterns for a variety of skill levels.
Siteswap FAQ Allen Knutson´s site on Siteswap. There´s also a nice article about him in 'Discover'.
Indroduction to 'Scrambled' Takeout patterns and their notation by Warren Hammond and Aidan Burns
5 Person passing stars by Aidan Burns
Aidan´s juggling page Sadly, Aidan Burns passed away in 2014, but his legacy patterns and pattern collections stay alive through the juggling community and his page…
Jongliergeschichte History of Juggling (unfortunately German language only). Still, you can visit Sonja´s exhibition at the next ejc or have a look at 4000 years old egyptian paintings of juggling women.