Sport stacking trains your child’s left and right brain better than many sports


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Many people were handling plastic cups at the Orchid Country Club over the June 4 weekend, and it was not for a function or birthday party.

Instead, the club was the venue for an international competition organised by the Singapore branch of the World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA).

Sport stacking, also known as cup stacking or speed stacking, requires participants to stack and unstack cups in various specific formations as fast as possible.

A total of 112 Singaporean participants took part in the inaugural WSSA 2016 Singapore Open, held over that weekend.

Another 50 foreign competitors from six territories including Australia and Taiwan also took part. The overall winners were Chan Keng Ian, 11, of Malaysia in the male division, and Molly Hallam, 15, of…

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