CLEMMONS, N.C. — Five seconds is barely enough time to say “Guinness World Record,” according to the Winston-Salem Journal.
But it’s all the time that it took Clemmons native William Orrell to set one.
His hands a blur, Orrell beat his previous world record set earlier this year by a tenth of a second in the event known as the cycle in the sport of speed stacking.
Speed stacking — also known as cup stacking or sport stacking — involves stacking cups in specific sequences as quickly as possible.
“It was a pretty good feeling to set the world record,” said Orrell, a junior at Mount Tabor High School. “I just like the speed and the challenge of the sport.”
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