Ronja had the amazing idea of taking the classic 4-count Roundabout, but juggling it backwards in time! We attempted various options to make this work in our bland, forward-time universe, and settled on this one.
Ever been in a fix when 3 people wanted to pass “WhyNot”? Now, no more: Uwe from Oldenburg adapted Why not for a third player. It is lots more fun and less complicated than it looks. Enjoy! Download table notation
The longest run of 756-About filmed so far.
A pattern thought up by Cameron Ford, based on Ed Clark’s Champi and juggled here by Ronja Siewert, Ed Clark and Cameron Ford. The base pattern is pass pass pass self
A pattern thought up by Cameron Ford, and juggled here by KK, Lisa Ellipse and Cameron Ford. The base pattern is bookends (pass pass self pass self)
A pattern thought up by Cameron Ford, and first juggled by Callum Baker, Lisa Ellipse and Cameron Ford. The base pattern is inverted bookends (pass self self pass self)
This is one of the newest patterns to Europe (from Canada via the USA). It was taught by Peter from Winconsin at the PassOut 2019 to 2020 in Königswiesen, Austria. We are still debating the notation (so that may change), as the manipulation is quite unusual. For juggling, carefully watch the video. The pattern has …