The winner of Czech kendama open 2010 and Czech Kendama champion is David Svoboda.
The winner gains a brand new TAIYO kendama and 1000,- CZK in cash and the first Czech participant will boast of being a Czech champion of 2010.
The trick list for this event does not include any trick you wouldn't be able to learn before the championship starts.
1. Ozara / Big cup
2. Kozara / Small cup
3. Rousoku / Candlestick
4. Tomeken / Pull-up-in
5. Ken ishu / Around Prefecture
6. Hikoki / Aeroplane
7. Nihon ishu / Around Japan
8. Todai / Lighthouse (Hold still for 3 seconds)
9. Iai Tomeken / Faster than gravity (Initial movement of the ken must be downwards)
10. Uguisu / Bird (Hold still for 3 seconds)
Each player has three attempts to successfully perform a trick. As soon as they do, they proceed to the next one.
If they fail to do a trick in three attempts, they're out. The tricks must be performed in given order.
Kendama used for performing a trick must be JKA or EKA approved (has JKA/EKA stamp on it). A player with smallest number of attempts is the winner.
If there is more than one player on winning position (both overall champion and best Czech) with the same number of attempts, they must perform the same trick picked randomly from the group of advanced tricks. The one with the least number of attempts is the winner.
The referee is Miroslav Šiřina, he does not participate in the event and his decisions are definite. Czech kendama wishes you a great deal of patience with training.
All Saturday workshops
18:00 Czech kendama open
Prague Marathon juggling runs until Sunday, so the posibility to sleep in the gym is ensured.