Sunday, March 28, 2010

The Dazzling Mills family performs at the RIT Spring Juggle-In

If you're a juggler then you've probably heard of the famous "Mills Mess" 3 ball juggling trick.

If you aren't, then imagine a juggling pattern that involves crossing and uncrossing your arms while you juggle, simultaneously making continuous under the arm throws.
Yes, it's basically like tying your arms into a knot.

The creative and crazy mind of Steve Mills came up with this pattern, and he will be performing with along with his Dazzling juggling and Unicycling family at this years RIT Spring Juggle-In.

They represent the best in family performance as well as incredible unicyclists.

Check out the clip below to see their world record setting ride, better still make sure you come to the 33rd RIT Spring Juggle-In and see them perform live!



Video of their record ride

Left: the Dazzling Mills Family sets up for the world record three high pyramid (far left), we made it! Dismounting at 28 feet 2 inches!


For more about the world records they see here
The Dazzling Mills
http://www.dazzlingmills.com/World%20record%20republic.htm

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