JUGGLING

What's new on this page. Last update 2/15/2003


Check out my Juggling in Nepal page, with photos. Eventually there might be some MPEGs there as we took 8 hours of video on the trip. 

If you're around the South Bay on a Wednesday night, I can't think of a better place to go than the Stanford Court Jugglers meeting.


I enjoy juggling balls, clubs, torches, and rings, but have avoided picking up any other props. There is only so much time in each day! I spend a little time working on various site-swaps (those funny numbers like 75751.)

To see my past and present juggling goals, select a year: 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993.

 
Here is a graph showing my long, slow progress learning 5 clubs:

graph

Juggling props that I own, use and recommend:


Juggling Festivals

I first went to a Juggling Festival in 1994 (Las Vegas IJA Winter-fest), and since then have gone to as many as possible. The Burlington IJA '94 Festival was my first "big one", and I also went to the Las Vegas IJA '95 Festival. I helped broadcast the Championships live over IRC for these festivals. Check out the logs: from Burlington and Las Vegas. I missed the 1996 festival but made it to Pittsburgh in 1997. Joyce Howard has some nice pictures on her web page.

Below are some miscellaneous video and still pictures of me juggling. There are more on my Jugglers on Peaks Club and Juggling in Nepal pages.


MPEG video: 5 stage balls (1994)  [428k/68 frames] (Video by Megumi)

MPEG video: 3 club Mills Mess (1994)  [639k/100 frames] (Video by Megumi)

At Joshua Tree National Monument (1988)  [72k] (Photo by Megumi)

Burlington VT Parade (1994)  [74k] (Photo by Bill Giduz)


Here's a funny one. I never thought it was possible to combine Sumo Wrestling and juggling, but Dan Lieb found a way. I scanned this picture for him:

Sumo Juggling  [57k] (Photo by Carol Grant 11/94)


And finally, to complete this multimedia page, listen to my secret juggling goal.

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Nathan Hoover / uninathan_at_gmail.com