Date: Jul 18, 2014
The theme for "Rocky" would have been an appropriate anthem for the recent Upper Atlantic Regional Sport Stacking Championships as three world records were toppled in Philadelphia. Claiming top honors as the fastest stacker of the day was North Carolina's Josh Hainsel, who set a new Overall World Record in the Cycle with a blistering time of 5.296 seconds, besting the previous record of 5.303 held by William Orrell. William, who also hails from North Carolina, broke his own marks in the 3-3-3 and 3-6-3 with world-record setting times of 1.424 seconds and 1.863 seconds respectively. The Philly tournament took place on June 7th. Congratulations to Josh and William for their world record times!
William Orrell continues to own the Overall World Record in the 3-3-3 breaking his previous mark by .012 seconds on June 7th at the 2014 WSSA Upper Atlantic Regional Sport Stacking Championships in Philadelphia. William's new record now stands at 1.424 seconds.
Not content to rest on his previous 3-6-3 Overall World Record of 1.902 seconds, North Carolina's William Orrell hit 1.863 seconds at the recent Upper Atlantic Regional Sport Stacking Championships in Philadelphia on June 7th.
The Overall World Record for the Cycle inched closer to 5 seconds as Josh Hainsel set a new mark of 5.296 at the Upper Atlantic Regional Sport Stacking Championships on June 7th in Philadelphia. The North Carolina stacker climbed to the top of the podium as the tournament's overall fastest stacker, which came on the heels of his Overall Grand Champion honors at both the US Nationals in March and World Championships in April.