13-year-old Taiwanese stacker wins world championship

Lin Jui-an won the title of the fastest 13/14-year-old female stacker

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Lin Jui-an competing in Mollina, Spain (photo from Speed Stacks Inc. Facebook page)

Lin Jui-an competing in Mollina, Spain (photo from Speed Stacks Inc. Facebook page)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- 1.660 seconds. That’s how fast Junior high school student Lin Jui-an (林芮安) beat other competitors at the World Sport Stacking Championship this year.

13-year-old Lin competed Sunday (April 28) in Mollina, Spain, and won the Female Individual 3-3-3 championship in 13-14 age division at this year’s World Sport Stacking Championships, according to Liberty Times.

According to the WSSA rule book, the 3-3-3 stack requires competitors to “up stack” and “down stack” the cups from left to right or right to left in three stacks made up of three cups in each stack.

Lin only took 1.660 seconds to complete the routine and set herself apart from the runner-up, Sae Ryung Park from South Korea, making her the fastest in the division this year.