hmmm...yea the learning process would be a bitch. How is he/she gonna pick up the unicycle after it drops? He/she woulld have to learn the kickup before learning to ride. :P
Ya casey boehmer is an inspiration. not just in juggling, but inspiring in general. i saw him do 5 rings (i think) at marina with his one arm. Never forgot that sight.
Read a bit about Casey Boehmer. THat sounds amazing.
A few days ago I was just wondering if disabled (no arms)unicyclists exist.
Unlike bicycles which require arms to steer and brake, unicyclesare
comparitively better-suited. Then again, the learning process wouldbe a
bitch - you can't hold on to walls.
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 9:05 AM, Kwa Hian Kai <kwahiankai@...>wrote:
> Hi Peeps,
> So I was the sole representative of Singapore at the 61st IJAfestival last
> week, and it was a lot of fun. Couple of names to take note of:
> The Kikyo brothers - they got second place in the teamscompetition with an
> amazing club routine. At the end they were just adding more clubstill they
> couldn't juggle anymore and I think the last good run was 11clubs. Takashi
> Kikyo, the younger brother, got first place in the Juniorscompetition
> Jacob and Nate Sharpe - won the gold medal in the teams event,with the
> grand finale being 4 diabolos juggled by Jacob.
> Not unexpectedly, Vova Galchenko won first place in theindividual
> championships, but I think it's the first time he has done so.
> I attached the little newspapers they distributed every day so youguys can
> have a look at what happened.
> I took a couple of workshops there, some of them by prettyinteresting
> people. James Barlow for Devilsticks, Cindy Marvell for clubs andstaff, Bob
> Nickleson for how to deal with Hecklers, among others.
> Interesting fact: The last show of the concert was by CaseyBoehmer, who
> was born with one arm but still managed to juggle 5 clubs in onehand. He
> also did some crazy bounce, ball and ring juggling stuff.
> The world is not your oyster, don't eat it.
> You know what comes out the other end....