Who owns Speed Stacks?

Who owns Speed Stacks?

In 1998, elementary school PE teacher Bob Fox and his wife Jill started our company, Speed Stacks in their basement because they believed that what was then called cup stacking could one day be a real sport.

Who created Speed Stacks?

founder Bob Fox
Speed Stacks founder Bob Fox says, “When I first became passionate about sport stacking in 1995, a lot of people would hear about it and scratch their heads.

What are the 3 competition stacks?

The 3-6-3 Stack Cups are “up stacked” and “down stacked” from left to right or right to left (individual preference) in three stacks made up of three cups on the left, six cups in the center, and three cups on the right (3-6-3).

What is speed stack?

Sport stacking, also known as cup stacking or speed stacking, is an individual and team sport that involves stacking 9 or 12 (usually 12) specially designed cups in pre-determined sequences as fast as possible. The cups are specially designed to allow for speedier times.

Why are stacking cups good for babies?

FINE MOTOR SKILLS There are many benefits of stacking cups for toddlers. For young children, picking items up and putting them in place helps them learn the important skill of intentional grasp and release, as well as how to control and position their fingers.

When did speed stacks come out?

Sport stacking

Nicknames Cup stacking, speed stacking
First played 1981, Oceanside, California, U.S.
Registered players 618,394 (number of worldwide participants in the Guinness World Record set in 2015)
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What is a good time for cup stacking?

around 15 seconds
The speeds are truly blistering: The world record for completing “the cycle” is 4.735 seconds, set by Malaysian competitor Chan Keng Ian in 2019. Goers’ best time for the cycle is around 15 seconds, he says.