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Speedstacking craze takes hold

PUBLISHED: 14:00 22 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:31 30 June 2010

STUDENTS from Great Yarmouth College helped people of all ages and abilities speed up their reactions with the latest craze for speed stacking.

Sport and leisure students Kieron Childs, James Impey and Tony Green demonstrated the craze - a skill they learned during enrichment sessions at the college at the Ageless Opportunities Fun Day - at The Prior and invited people to have a go and passed on tips.

STUDENTS from Great Yarmouth College helped people of all ages and abilities speed up their reactions with the latest craze for speed stacking.

Sport and leisure students Kieron Childs, James Impey and Tony Green demonstrated the craze - a skill they learned during enrichment sessions at the college at the Ageless Opportunities Fun Day - at The Prior and invited people to have a go and passed on tips.

Jan Pickering, sector leader in the school of service industries and sport, said: “Our students were superb with the public. It helped them to with communication and customer service. They encouraged people to join in and had a really good time and helped their confidence no end.”


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