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Joggling for the gold

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The week-long International Jugglers’ Association annual festival being held in Lexington included a morning of joggling – a combination of juggling and running. The festival, which began Monday, includes numerous performances, workshops and competitions and is being held primarily at the Lexington Convention Center downtown.

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4 Responses to “Joggling for the gold”
  1. Leeza Gibbons burst onto the Hollywood scene as a host on Entertainment Tonivht before
    going on tto host her own Emmy-award-winning TV Show,
    “Leeza. Going to the festival will enable your family to see animals (a falcon and horses), pirates, nobles, knights, peasants, and merchants. Children of this age are generally unpredictable and there is no cookie-cutter formula on choosing the right entertainer for children of this age.

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  1. [...] a look at this joggling video on the Kentucky newspaper site. They even have an interview with the Average Joggler. [...]

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  3. [...] While the 5K is a race of controlled endurance, the 100 meter is a flat out sprint. You’ve gotta just run as fast as you possibly can and hope you don’t drop. If you drop, you can’t win. I dropped and lost. (You can see my drop in the last 16 seconds of this joggling video clip). [...]



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