Monday, August 11, 2014

Gentry Stein Wins 2014 World Yo-Yo Championship

Posted By on Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 9:30 AM

click to enlarge 2014 World Yo-Yo Champ Gentry Stein has three signature moves movies: G funk, super G and Shutter.
  • 2014 World Yo-Yo Champ Gentry Stein has three signature moves movies: G funk, super G and Shutter.

Yo-Yo is one of the very few sports that Americans have stolen, and damn near perfected it. Take 18-year-old Gentry Stein from Chico, CA., for example. He won the 2014 World Yo-Yo Championship over the weekend. No one — not even Japanese world Champ Takeshi Matsuura — could handle the heat Stein was dishing out. 

Check out his Stein's performance, but I suggest you mute the audio, and play music of your choice. Unless you like video game-dubstep:


Thanks for making us proud, son.


(via Gawker)

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