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World records in sport stacking are maintained by the World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA). Sport stacking world records can be set at sanctioned WSSA events. The WSSA reviews video of potential world record attempts before certifying a time as a new world record.[1]

World Records[edit]

Male[edit]

Event Time Stacker Date Age as of 17 October 2018
3-3-3 1.335[2]  Hyeon Jong Choi (KOR) December 10th, 2017 311 days
3-6-3 1.746[3]  Hyeon Jong Choi (KOR) February 10th, 2017 1 year, 249 days
Cycle 4.813[4]  William Orrell (USA) January 7th, 2017 1 year, 283 days

Female[edit]

Event Time Stacker Date Age as of 17 October 2018
3-3-3 1.424[5]  Si Eun Kim (KOR) November 6th, 2016 1 year, 345 days
3-6-3 1.835[6]  Si Eun Kim (KOR) February 28th, 2018 231 days
Cycle 5.089[7]  Si Eun Kim (KOR) January 25th, 2018 265 days

Combined[edit]

Event Time Stackers Date Age as of 17 October 2018
Doubles 5.953[8]  William Orrell (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
April 12th, 2015 3 years, 188 days
3-6-3 Relay 12.212[9] Fantastic Four
 Zhewei Wu (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
 William Orrell (USA)
April 18th, 2015 3 years, 182 days

3-3-3 World Record Progression[edit]

Time Stacker Competition Date Ref
1 2.43  Kit Fox (USA) Denver, CO April 9th, 2005 [10]
2 2.31  Yannick Zittlau (GER) Germany October 23rd, 2006
3 2.22  Timo Reuhl (GER) - November 11th, 2006
4 2.11  Timo Reuhl (GER) Denver, CO April 15th, 2007
5 1.96  Steven Purugganan (USA) Laurel, DE February 16th, 2008
6 1.86  Steven Purugganan (USA) Denver, CO April 6th, 2008
7 1.80  Steven Purugganan (USA) Cleveland, OH January 3rd, 2009
8 1.72  Kenneth Liao (USA) Denver, CO April 11th, 2010
9 1.71  Tyler Cole (CAN) Connersville, IN March 12th, 2011 [11]
10 1.69  Chandler Miller (USA) Rome, GA March 19th, 2011
11 1.68  William Polly (USA) Dallas, TX April 16th, 2011
12 1.63  Chandler Miller (USA) Beaufort, SC November 17th, 2011 [12]
13 1.59  William Orrell (USA) Columbus, GA February 11th, 2012 [13]
14 1.53  Chandler Miller (USA) Columbus, GA February 11th, 2012 [13]
15 1.482  Chandler Miller (USA) Philadelphia, PA May 25th, 2013 [14]
16 1.472  William Orrell (USA) Wheeling, WV February 8th, 2014 [15]
17 1.436  William Orrell (USA) Kingston, GA March 15th, 2014 [16]
18 1.424  William Orrell (USA) Philadelphia, PA June 7th, 2014 [17]
19 1.418  William Orrell (USA) Wheeling, WV February 7th, 2015 [18]
20 1.363  William Orrell (USA) Eatonton, GA November 14th, 2015 [19]
21 1.335  Hyeon Jong Choi (KOR) Goyang-si, Korea December 10th, 2017 [2]

Female[edit]

Time Stacker Competition Date Ref
1 1.75  Jeanie Fung (HKG) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia December 1st, 2012
2 1.683  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan October 13th, 2013 [20]
3 1.674  Jeanie Fung (HKG) Mollina, Spain May 31st, 2014 [21]
4 1.631  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan August 24th, 2014 [22]
5 1.569  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia November 8th, 2015 [23]
6 1.562  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Seoul, South Korea February 21st, 2016 [24]
7 1.545  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) Houston, TX July 29th, 2016 [25]
8 1.527  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan October 2nd, 2016 [26]
9 1.424  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Seoul, South Korea November 6th, 2016 [5]

3-6-3 World Record Progression[edit]

Time Stacker Competition Date Ref
1 2.72  Emily Fox (USA) 2001
2 2.57  Timo Reuhl (GER) - 2007
3 2.38  Steven Purugganan (USA) Laurel, DE February 16th, 2008
4 2.34  Steven Purugganan (USA) Ridgewood, NJ March 16th, 2008
5 2.19  Steven Purugganan (USA) Philadelphia, PA November 21st, 2008
6 2.15  Steven Purugganan (USA) Denver, CO April 19th, 2009 [27]
7 2.08  Kennard Gardner (USA) Owings Mills, MD March 13th, 2010 [28]
8 1.96  Zhewei Wu (USA) Kintnersville, PA March 26th, 2011 [28]
9 1.96  William Polly (USA) Colorado Springs, CO March 25th, 2012 [29]
10 1.932  William Polly (USA) Wheeling, WV March 3rd, 2013 [30]
11 1.911  William Orrell (USA) Detroit, MI July 27th, 2013 [31]
12 1.906  William Orrell (USA) Advance, NC March 1st, 2014
13 1.902  William Orrell (USA) Kingston, GA March 15th, 2014 [16]
14 1.863  William Orrell (USA) Philadelphia, PA June 7th, 2014 [17]
15 1.861  William Orrell (USA) Columbus, GA January 31st, 2015 [18]
16 1.840  Josh Hainsel (USA) Connersville, IN February 28th, 2015 [32]
17 1.824  William Orrell (USA) Beaufort, SC May 26th, 2015 [33]
18 1.793  William Orrell (USA) Eatonton, GA November 14th, 2015 [19]
19 1.786  Josh Hainsel (USA) Columbus, GA January 7th, 2017
20 1.784  Hyeon Jong Choi (KOR) Seoul, South Korea March 6th, 2017 [34]
21 1.779  Chan Keng Ian (MAS) Subang Jaya, Malaysia June 4th, 2017 [35]
22 1.746  Hyeon Jong Choi (KOR) Gyeonggi-do, Korea February 10th, 2017 [3]

Female[edit]

Time Stacker Competition Date Ref
1 2.33  Jackie Huang (CAN) Houston, TX July 28th, 2012
2 2.25  Jill Claas (GER) Pforzheim, Germany November 17th, 2012
3 2.237  Anna Smith (USA) Kissimmee, FL April 7th, 2013 [36]
4 2.224  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan January 18th, 2014 [20]
5 2.203  Goeun Paek (KOR) Jeonju, South Korea March 22nd, 2014 [37]
6 2.159  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) Jeonju, South Korea April 27th, 2014 [38]
7 2.109  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan August 24th, 2014 [22]
8 2.054  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan December 13th, 2014 [39]
9 2.042  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan June 6th, 2015 [33]
10 2.019  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia November 8th, 2015 [23]
11 1.996  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) Hsinchu City, Taiwan December 13th, 2015 [40]
12 1.946  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Speichersdorf, Germany April 3rd, 2016 [41]
13 1.902  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Goyang-Si, Korea May 21st, 2016 [42]
14 1.853  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Seoul, Korea February 25th, 2017 [43]
15 1.852  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Ilsan, South Korea May 27th, 2017 [44]
16 1.835  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Busan, Krea February 28th, 2018 [6]

Cycle World Record Progression[edit]

Time Stacker City Date Ref
1 7.43  Emily Fox (USA) Denver, CO April 6th, 2002
2 7.41  Robin Stangenberg (GER) Butzbach, Germany November 25th, 2006
3 7.25  David Wolf (GER) Denver, CO April 17th, 2007
4 7.23  Steven Purugganan (USA) Attica, NY October 20th, 2007
5 7.15  David Wolf (GER) - November 17th, 2007
6 6.80  Timo Reuhl (GER) - February 9th, 2008
7 6.65  Steven Purugganan (USA) Laurel, DE February 16th, 2008
8 6.52  Steven Purugganan (USA) - March 16th, 2008
9 6.21  Steven Purugganan (USA) Denver, CO April 6th, 2008
10 5.93  Steven Purugganan (USA) Cleveland, OH January 3rd, 2009 [12]
11 5.93  Mason Langenderfer (USA) Rochester, NY January 29th, 2011 [45]
12 5.91  Mike McCoy (USA) Baltic, CT December 3rd, 2011 [12]
13 5.84  William Polly (USA) Laurel, DE February 11th, 2012 [13]
14 5.83  Chandler Miller (USA) Columbus, GA February 11th, 2012 [13]
15 5.83  William Orrell (USA) Columbus, GA February 11th, 2012 [13]
16 5.68  William Orrell (USA) Owings Mills, MD March 3rd, 2012 [46]
17 5.626  Son Nguyen (GER) Stockstadt March 2nd, 2013 [30]
18 5.617  William Orrell (USA) Advance, NC March 16th, 2013 [47]
19 5.595  William Polly (USA) Towson, MD March 24th, 2013 [48]
20 5.494  William Polly (USA) Baltic, CT November 2nd, 2013 [49]
21 5.487  William Polly (USA) Middletown, DE February 15th, 2014 [15]
22 5.303  William Orrell (USA) Towson, MD March 22nd, 2014 [16]
23 5.296  Josh Hainsel (USA) Philadelphia, PA June 7th, 2014 [17]
24 5.280  William Orrell (USA) Des Moines, IA August 2nd, 2014
25 5.100  William Orrell (USA) Arlington, VA November 8th, 2014 [50]
26 5.000  William Orrell (USA) Columbus, GA January 31st, 2015 [18]
27 4.813  William Orrell (USA) Columbus, GA January 7th, 2017

Female[edit]

Time Stacker Competition Date Ref
1 6.44  Jackie Huang (CAN) Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Canada April 28th, 2012
2 5.824  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) Bangkok, Thailand October 13th, 2013 [20]
3 5.714  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan August 24th, 2014 [22]
4 5.564  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan December 13th, 2014 [39]
5 5.409  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Daejeon, Korea July 27th, 2016 [51]
6 5.397  Chu-Chun Yang (TPE) New Taipei City, Taiwan October 30th, 2016
7 5.325  Eun Jin Jo (KOR) Ilsan, South Korea May 27th, 2017 [52]
8 5.246 Si Eun Kim|KOR)) Goyang-si, South Korea December 10th, 2017
9 5.245  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Daejeon, South Korea December 16th, 2017
10 5.089  Si Eun Kim (KOR) Gangman-gu, South Korea January 25th, 2018

Doubles World Record Progression[edit]

Time Stackers City Date Ref
1 9.97  Chase Demelio (USA)
 Andy Retting (USA)
Denver, CO April 9th, 2005 [10]
2 9.40  Miriam Christ (GER)
 Christoph Sauer (GER)
Germany February 28th, 2007
3 8.78  Colin Stangenberg (GER)
 Robin Stangenberg (GER)
Denver, CO April 15th, 2007
4 8.49  Andrew Purugganan (USA)
 Steven Purugganan (USA)
Attica, NY October 20th, 2007
5 8.03  Timo Reuhl (GER)
 David Wolf (GER)
Butzbach November 17th, 2007
6 7.84  Andrew Purugganan (USA)
 Steven Purugganan (USA)
Laurel, DE February 16th, 2008
7 7.65  Timo Reuhl (GER)
 David Wolf (GER)
Denver, CO April 6th, 2008
8 7.58  Andrew Purugganan (USA)
 Steven Purugganan (USA)
Denver, CO April 19th, 2009 [27]
9 7.47  Tyler Cole (CAN)
 Luke Myers (USA)
Quincy, IL September 19th, 2009
10 7.47  Jonathan Kettler (GER)
 Samuel Kettler (GER)
Butzbach, Germany November 14th, 2009
11 7.47  Jonathan Kettler (GER)
 Samuel Kettler (GER)
Salzkotten, Germany February 26th, 2011
12 7.09  Ryan Powell (GER)
 Timo Reuhl (GER)
Dallas, TX April 16th, 2011
13 7.00  Bien Nguyen (GER)
 Son Nguyen (GER)
Speichersdorf, Germany October 1st, 2011 [53]
14 6.84  Ryan Powell (GER)
 Timo Reuhl (GER)
Crailheim, Germany October 22nd, 2011 [53]
15 6.78  William Polly (USA)
 Dominic Valerian (USA)
Rochester, NY January 28th, 2012
16 6.53  Ryan Powell (GER)
 Timo Reuhl (GER)
Speichersdorf, Germany September 29th, 2012
17 6.435  Son Nguyen (GER)
 Nicolas Werner (GER)
Butzbach, Germany November 16th, 2013 [54]
18 6.281  Jae Ho Jung (KOR)
 Si Woo Kim (KOR)
Sejong, South Korea July 19th, 2014 [55]
19 6.209  Son Nguyen (GER)
 Nicolas Werner (GER)
Butzbach, Germany January 17th, 2015 [56]
20 5.953  William Orrell (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
Montreal, Canada April 12th, 2015 [57]

3-6-3 Relay World Record Progression[edit]

Time Stackers City Date Ref
1 17.90 Stack Freaks
 Dominic Valerian (USA)
 Josh Harry (USA)
 Christian Dinevski (USA)
 Tyler Cole (CAN)
Connersville, IN March 12th, 2011 [11]
2 15.40 SST Butzbach 18U
 Timo Reuhl (GER)
 Jonathan Kettler (GER)
 Kevin Nalasko (GER)
 Ryan Powell (GER)
Phol Goens, Germany March 20th, 2011 [28]
3 14.44 Winning
 Mason Langenderfer (USA)
 Steven Purugganan (USA)
 Chase Werfel (USA)
 Luke Myers (USA)
Dallas, TX April 16th, 2011
4 14.38 SST Butzbach I
 Timo Reuhl (GER)
 Jonathan Kettler (GER)
 Kevin Nalasko (GER)
 Ryan Powell (GER)
Crailheim, Germany October 22nd, 2011 [53]
5 13.96 Wills & Not Wills
 Mason Langenderfer (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
 William Orrell (USA)
Colorado Springs, CO March 25th, 2012 [29]
6 13.81 Team Germany 18u
 Timo Reuhl (GER)
 Jonathan Kettler (GER)
 Kevin Nalasko (GER)
 Ryan Powell (GER)
Butzbach, Germany April 15th, 2012 [58]
7 13.81 Chosen Five
 William Polly (USA)
 Zhewei Wu (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
 William Orrell (USA)
Philadelphia, PA June 9th, 2012 [59]
8 13.43 Wills & Not Wills
 Mason Langenderfer (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
 William Orrell (USA)
Houston, TX July 27th, 2012 [60]
9 13.187 Wills & Not Wills
 Mason Langenderfer (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
 William Orrell (USA)
Towson, MD March 24th, 2013 [48]
10 13.176 Asians & Not Asians
 Zhewei Wu (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
 Zachary Weisel (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
Middletown, DE February 15th, 2014 [15]
11 13.039 Fantastic Four
 Zhewei Wu (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
 William Orrell (USA)
Kansas City, MO March 30th, 2014
12 12.558 Fantastic Four
 Zhewei Wu (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
 William Orrell (USA)
Arlington, VA November 8th, 2014 [50]
13 12.421 Team USA All Stars
 William Polly (USA)
 Josh Hainsel (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
 William Orrell (USA)
Montreal, Canada April 12th, 2015 [57]
14 12.212 Fantastic Four
 Zhewei Wu (USA)
 William Polly (USA)
 Chandler Miller (USA)
 William Orrell (USA)
Towson, MD April 18th, 2015 [61]

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