Individual 3-6-3 Sport Stacking World Record 1.786 (Josh Hainsel)

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There is a new 3-6-3 world record holder and his name is not William Orrell.

Josh Hainsel previously held the 3-6-3 world record at 1.840 seconds. William Orrell quickly overturned Josh’s eclipse and have set two world record in the process. Going into Stack of Champions already secured as the winner of the 3-6-3 stack at the Girls' Incorporated of Columbus and Phenix-Russell Open Sport Stacking Tournament, Josh announced on the internet that he will take the world record back from William. On his very first try, he did just that. Is he a psychic or is he just stacking with loads of confidence? The world may never know. One thing is for certain, Josh is very happy that his name has finally returned on the record book with his 1.786 second 3-6-3.

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