Congratulations Martijn and Arjan, good work!By the way a quick googling and I came up with this:http://telegraaf-i.telegraaf.nl/daily/2005/2/28/TE/TE_2S_20050228_3/pagina.phpCongratulations once more Eduardo

Hey everybody,Arjan and me went to the Championships this weekend (26/27 feb) and entered the diabolo competition. It was a great festival, Luke Burrage was there as well. There was a very cool Renegade where Arjan and I did our double routine (a lefty and a righty, one stick each :P ) Luke Burrage hosted the show next day, that was cool. It was a great convention!

However, here are the results of the Diabolo freestyle competition:1st place: Martijn Halekor => 87% 2nd place: Arjan Groenendijk => 75% 3rd place: Huub Cooymans => around 50% 4th place: Robert van Woenzel => around 50%

considering us judges had to come up with the detailed rules of the competition too! In the end it took lots of video replay and me making a complex excel spread sheet to calculate the winners. They system worked though, and the final numbers matched the jugglers' perfromances accurately, down to the nearest hundred thousandsth of a point in some cases.

Quote from: Luke Burrage In the end it took lots of video replay and me making a complex excel spread sheet to calculate the winners. The system worked though, and the final numbers matched the jugglers' perfromances accurately, down to the nearest hundred thousandsth of a point in some cases.Cool, sounds pretty much identical to what we had to do in Vegas. Sounds cool, sounded like a lot of fun.

In the end it took lots of video replay and me making a complex excel spread sheet to calculate the winners. The system worked though, and the final numbers matched the jugglers' perfromances accurately, down to the nearest hundred thousandsth of a point in some cases.

Right, i dont doubt that the scoring was competely different. Just having to watch replays whilst figuring out for ages how to score it, then making a complex spreadsheet, identical.