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Juggling Information Service Committee on Numbers Juggling

Objectives

To allow the Juggling Information Service to maintain an authoritative list of validated world juggling records that are generally accepted by the juggling community.
To provide unambiguous and generally accepted definitions of the terms used to discuss juggling records.

Established

1996

Members

Barry Bakalor
Arthur Lewbel
Wolfgang Schebeczek
Ben Schoenberg
Scott Seltzer
Fran Favorini

Website

www.juggling.org/records

  The JIS Committee on Numbers Juggling (JISCON) is an organization that was formed in 1996 with the objective of allowing the Juggling Information Service (JIS) to maintain an authoritative list of validated numbers juggling world records. The list of records is on the JIS website.

JISCON tracks world records for solo non-multiplex toss juggling with 7 or more balls, 7 or more rings, and 5 or more clubs, as well as 2-person passing with 9 or more clubs. Records for the most catches, or for the longest time for runs of over 250 catches, are kept for each number of objects. Only catches made before the first dropped object should have been caught are counted. A video showing the entire run must be made available to a member of the committee for a record to be validated.

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