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Students Takes Part in 2014 World Sport Stacking Association Stack Up!

posted Nov 13, 2014, 5:07 PM by Seth Cole   [ updated Nov 13, 2014, 5:11 PM ]
Shapleigh School students, led by seventh grade science teacher Corrine Gagnon, took part in the 2014 World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA) Stack Up on Thursday. The WSSA is hoping to set a world record for the most people sport stacking in multiple locations in one day, breaking last year's record of 555,932 verified stackers.

Sport stacking involves the stacking of plastic cups, assembling and disassembling as quickly as possible. According to the WSSA website, "Sport stacking not only develops important physical skills, such as hand-eye coordination, quickness and focus; it also promotes self-confidence, teamwork and good sportsmanship."

For more information on the WSSA and the 2014 STACK UP!, visit http://www.thewssa.com/. Also, check out www.facebook.com/speedstacks for updates on today's event, and to see if the world record was broken. 




 
 
 
 

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