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Submitted by Shinya on 20 June, 2010 - 01:58.
Recrev VS HSPIN
Submitted by alfredomascali on 16 June, 2010 - 06:46.
Spanish Yoyo Association was created in January 2010 by some spanish yoyo players who understood that the spanish community need a push to grow up. The main objetive is to "spread" the yoyo all around the country, supporting events and having fun.
Our first important challenge will be organizing Spanish Nationals 2010. The contest will be held in Tres Cantos, Madrid, on October 30th and 31st, in collaboration with the youth association AJ3C and Ayuntamiento de Tres Cantos.
There will be 3 divisions:
But it's not only a National Contest. There will be also "how to yoyo" lessons for beginners, exhibitions, Olympic Yoyo Games, etc.
Submitted by ChristopherK on 14 June, 2010 - 21:33.
Shinya is one of our most far away supporters. It is always difficult to maintain a solid relationship with someone so far away. Which is why it comes from our hearts congratulating our very own Shinya Azuma for scoring 6th place during the Japanese Nationals 2010. Given the level of competitiveness among Japanese players (and Japan-made yoyos) this is an amazing (!) result for both Shinya and HSPIN!
Thank you SHINYA!
Shinya uses his own blue frackled signature edition CUT.
Submitted by MagL33To on 13 June, 2010 - 11:23.
The ICON will be shipping to your favourite online yo-yo retailers this week. Expect it to drop by the middle of the month. Coming in gold (pictured in video) and red colours. Featuring the brand new improved Hspin Core Series coating.
Recommended retail price only US$60/€50/£40
Cop a couple. Play like L33To.
Download their [Adult Swim] EP here.
Submitted by alfredomascali on 10 June, 2010 - 07:44.
I made an interview to Hadrien Bennaceur for my blog (todoyoyo.com), but it's a spanish blog and many people can't read spanish. I find it very interesting, so decided to publish it here in english, so anyone can read it easier. Hope you like it!
Todoyoyo: After EYYC you left Caribou Team to join HSpin Network. You said it was an oportunity you couldnt miss. What about that?
Hadrien: As some of you know, I'm a student in mechanical and industrial engineering, that involves a lot of physics and a lot of calculus. Also I learnt how to draw and how to use cad software. That's how I started drawing yoyos for myself, eventhough I was not a great player, I enjoyed using my knowledge in yoyoing.
One of the dreams I had while playing yoyo was making my own yoyo and I was able to achieve that goal in 2008 at my school, where I programmed and set the lathe to make a first, very basic but very playable yoyo. Then I had to change school, and I found myself with no way to make yoyos again, so I just looked around but couldn't find any machinist motivated enough to start a big yoyo project.
I had the chance to join CLYW at WYYC 2009.Playing for them was an honor and I'm sad I didn't spent more time with them, but what Hspin offered me couldn't be refused. After EYYC is was disappointed by the results and judging system, i felt like i was not rewarded for the tricks i did on stage