*The product comes with the 12 stacking cups (with instruction), an anti-slip stacking map and a maze runner puzzle
What is Cup Stacking?
Sport stacking (also known as cup stacking or speed stacking) is an individual and team sport that involves stacking specialized plastic cups in specific sequences in as little time as possible. The governing body setting the rules is the WSSA (World Sport Stacking Association). Participants of sport stacking cups in pre-determined sequences, competing against the clock or another player. Sequences are usually pyramids of 3, 6 or 10 cups. The sport has generated a large YouTube community, with stackers uploading their fastest times to the video sharing website.
History of Cup Stacking
The sport received national attention in 1990 on The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. The sport was invented by Wayne Godinet, who introduced the first formations and dubbed the sport "Karango Cup Stack". Shortly thereafter, Godinet formed a group called Cupstack. Physical education teacher Bob Fox later developed the activity by formalizing the rules and establishing a governing body, the WSSA. Early competitions ware held in 1998 in Oceanside, California and Denver, Colorado.
Rules and competitive sequences:
There are 3 sequences stacked in official sport stacking events as defined by the rule book handed out by the WSSA.
Common for all sequences are these major rules:
There are 3 main categories of competing that WSSA-sanctioned tournaments offer:
Click HERE to watch William Orrell (World record holder for speed stacking)
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