The World Sport Stacking Association’s (WSSA) biggest event will land at the United States Air Force Academy this weekend bringing together hundreds of sport stackers from around the country competing for state, national and world records. To top it off, all competitors and spectators can enjoy a unique interactive fan experience throughout the weekend called StackFest .
“We’re happy to be returning to the Air Force Academy after a 10-year hiatus.” said Bob Fox, WSSA Executive Director. “It’s a terrific venue, and we look forward to hosting our premier event of the year at a facility with such national pride.”
The US National Championships encourages all US stackers, regardless of their age or ability, to compete. It will draw participants from around the country to compete in up to eight individual, doubles and relay events. StackFest is a series of interactive stacking stations that will take place throughout the weekend. This is a great fan stacking experience for the whole family that includes stations such as: Build-a-Stack, Jumbo Stacking, Mini-Stacking and more.
Sport stacking is an individual and team sport where participants up stack and down stack 12 specially designed high-tech cups (Speed Stacks®) in pre-determined sequences with lightning quickness. Stackers compete for time in individual events and on relay teams in head-to-head competition. This unique sport promotes hand-eye coordination, ambidexterity, concentration, teamwork and sportsmanship.
Events will take place S in the U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Gymnasiums Saturday, March 24th from 8am-6pm and Sunday, March 25th from 8am-3:30pm
Go to www.theWSSA.com/usnationals for all US National Championship details.